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May 3, 10:49 PM EDT

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:

1. TRUMP ALL BUT CLINCHES GOP PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION

The billionaire businessman's stunning victory in Indiana knocks Cruz, his last real rival, from the Republican race.

2. US NAVY SEAL KILLED IN IRAQ

The death of Charlie Keating IV, grandson of the late Arizona financier who was implicated in scandal, coincides with a gradually deepening American role in fighting a resilient Islamic State.

3. US ISSUES ULTIMATUM ON ASSAD'S REMOVAL

Kerry warns Syria's government and its backers in Moscow and Tehran that they face an August deadline for starting a political transition.

4. WHY HEALTH OFFICIALS ARE RAISING AN ALARM

Too many preschoolers with ADHD still are being put on drugs right away - before behavior therapy is tried, experts say.

5. DRAMATIC EXPANSION OF TAKATA RECALL POSSIBLE

U.S. regulators are in talks with the manufacturer to add tens of millions of air bag inflators to what already is the biggest auto recall in American history.

6. WHICH ITEM IS BEING ADDED TO POLICE UNIFORMS

After months of testing, many of the nation's big-city police forces are planning to expand their use of body cameras by the summer.

7. WILDFIRE CAUSES CHAOS IN CANADA TOWN

The northern Alberta city of Fort McMurray is ordered to evacuate as the wind-whipped fire engulfs homes and rains down ash.

8. WHAT'S LATEST SIGN OF GLOBAL WARMING

Scientists say the first bits of a Florida Keys reef are starting to dissolve from seawater that is becoming more acidic because of climate change.

9. PIONEERING AMERICAN SCHOLAR DIES AT 103

Daniel Aaron explored and explained his country through books, essays and diplomatic missions, and served as the first president of the Library of America.

10. WHO COULD MISS NEXT WINTER OLYMPICS

The NHL might decline to take part in the 2018 Games in South Korea because of a lack of money to cover players' insurance.

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