10 Things to Know for Thursday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The terrifying string of events on Southwest Flight 1380 brought out acts of bravery among passengers and crew - and drew praise for the pilot who guided the plane safely to the ground.
With the Castro era closing, 57-seven-year-old First Vice President Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez is picked as the sole candidate for the post.
An island-wide blackout hits Puerto Rico, which is struggling with an increasingly unstable power grid nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria.
Assailants open fire at a U.N. security team visiting the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, forcing it to return to its base.
Former President George H.W. Bush says the outpouring of love and friendship toward Barbara Bush following her death "is lifting us all up."
The chief accuser at the comedian's sexual assault retrial talked about framing a celebrity before going to police with her allegations, a key defense witness testifies.
The announcement by industry leader Slide Fire comes after Trump said his administration would ban the devices that allow semi-automatic rifles to shoot continuously.
The handcuffed arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks is the latest example of the different treatment that African-Americans and minorities frequently face at stores and restaurants.
NASA's Tess spacecraft embarks on a quest to find planets around neighboring stars that might support life.
Saudi Arabia holds a private screening of "Black Panther" to herald the launch of movie theaters in the kingdom.