The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The federal agency will propose new rules allowing content companies to pay Internet service providers for faster delivery of videos and other content to people’s homes.
Witnesses tell the AP of dozens of cases of choking, fainting and other ills from inhaling fumes from hand grenades and helicopter-dropped “barrel bombs.”
Certain nonviolent federal inmates are being encouraged to apply for clemency.
The move by Pavel Durov, founder of Russia’s leading social media network, comes as cronies of Putin have made inroads into the company’s ownership.
The Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah announce plans to form a unity government and hold new elections.
Led by good news from Greece, the eurozone records several key milestones that signal an increasingly sustainable recovery.
The staffers oversaw a plan that led to more than 6,500 abuse and neglect cases being closed without investigations.
Mark Shand, the 62-year-old brother of Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, suffers what proves to be a fatal head injury in a fall.
Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster wed girlfriend Alexandra Hedison, 44-year-old photographer from Los Angeles, over the weekend.
Umpires find a foreign substance on Michael Pineda’s neck. In a game about two weeks ago against Boston, the pitcher had brown goo on his right hand.
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