10 Things to Know for Thursday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
Now it will be up to states and school districts to determine whether students use restrooms in accordance with their expressed gender identity, or with their biological sex.
Conditions on four of the planets are just right, but scientists say they need to study their atmospheres before determining whether they could actually support life.
After the Trump administration's announcement that it will deport to Mexico all people who cross the border illegally, Mexico has hinted it could challenge that policy at the United Nations or other international bodies.
Most abandoned their protest camp ahead of a government deadline, though about 50 remain. About 10 others were arrested.
North Korea called the probe in Malaysia full of "holes and contradictions" amid speculation that North Korean agents masterminded Kim Jong Nam's assassination.
More than 50 prisoners were brutally killed and dismembered during the New Year's Day massacre at the Manaus prison complex in Brazil.
Republicans who rode a wave of Tea Party discontent at town halls are now skipping them to avoid giving Democrats the opportunity to strike back with the same tactic.
Dr. Larry Nassar worked at Michigan State University, where he treated gymnasts with back or hip injuries.
Prosecutors say two teenage boys plotted to rob and kill the 14-year-old before shooting her in the head and leaving her critically wounded in a ditch.
Bowie, who died last year, won British male artist of the year and British album of the year for "Blackstar." Coldplay singer Chris Martin performed a moving rendition of a George Michael song as a tribute to the late singer.