National & World News
10 Things to Know for Thursday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. EGYPTAIR SAYS PLANE DISAPPEARS MIDAIR
The airline says an Airbus A320 carrying 56 passengers and 10 crew members from Paris to Cairo was flying at 37,000 feet when it vanished from radar.
2. TRUMP UNVEILS HIS TOP PICKS FOR SUPREME COURT
The list of conservative judges marks a rare moment of acknowledgment by the presumptive GOP presidential nominee that he could be doing more to appease those in his party opposed to his candidacy.
3. WHY DEMOCRATS, SANDERS ARE ON THE BRINK
Party leaders are growing increasingly vocal in their concerns about the continued candidacy of the White House hopeful who, for his part, has sharpened his critique of the party.
4. NIGERIAN GIRL KIDNAPPED 2 YEARS AGO FOUND ALIVE
The news gives hope to the families of the 218 teenagers from the same school who are still missing, and may provide information as to their whereabouts.
5. LEBANESE MAN HELD IN IRAN HAD PAST U.S. CONTRACTS
Nizar Zakka leads an NGO that received grants totaling $730,000 from the American government to foster civil society groups in the Middle East, the AP finds.
6. PROTESTERS CLASH WITH POLICE IN VENEZUELA
The opposition demands the government allow it to pursue a recall referendum against unpopular President Nicolas Maduro.
7. NEW PENIS RECIPIENT LOOKS FORWARD TO BEING 'COMPLETE' MAN
"There is no doubt in my mind that everything is going to work," 64-year-old Thomas Manning says.
8. WHAT WORSENS HOUSTON FLOODS
Experts say more frequent and destructive flooding is due to climate change and unrestrained development in the only major U.S. city without zoning rules.
9. WHERE NEW HORNED DINOSAUR SPECIES IS DISCOVERED
A novice fossil collector's lucky find in a remote Montana badlands more than a decade ago turns out to be a new kind of fossil reptile that lived 76 million years ago.
10. CURRY DAZZLES AGAIN, WARRIORS GET EVEN
The NBA MVP scored 15 straight points in less than 2 minutes in the third quarter and Golden State routs Oklahoma City 118-91 to even the Western Conference finals at a game apiece.