Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. NO ONE ABOVE LAW, TRUMP'S SUPREME COURT PICK SAYS
Neil Gorsuch testifies he'll have no trouble as a justice holding anyone accountable, including the president who picked him.
2. HOW OFFICIALS EXPLAIN AIRLINE LAPTOP LIMITS
They say barring electronic devices from the cabins of some international flights isn't based on any specific threat but on concerns about terrorists targeting jetliners.
3. NEW TRUMP HOTELS FACE ETHICS QUESTIONS
The Trumps are launching a new hotel chain in a bold expansion of a company that critics see as already too big and opaque for an owner who sits in the Oval Office.
4. GOP GETS WARNING FROM TRUMP
The president tells House Republicans they could lose their seats in next year's midterm elections if they don't back the health care overhaul.
5. PROSPECTS FOR CLOSER U.S.-RUSSIA TIES REMAIN UNCERTAIN
Trump has yet to make good on his pledge to pursue closer cooperation with the Kremlin, but Tillerson's planned trip to Moscow may test whether the detente will be more than just talk.
6. WHO GETS GRILLED OVER GRAFT SUSPICIONS
Park Geun-hye, South Korea's just-ousted president, returns home after being questioned by prosecutors in an investigation of corruption allegations that ended her rule.
7. UBER VOWS TO CHANGE DIRECTION
The promise comes amid a wave of ugly developments, including a video of a profanity-laced spat between the company's CEO and a driver.
8. WHAT'S IN SCARCE SUPPLY IN PUERTO RICO
The island's pharmacies are running out of hair dye as a growing number of men go blond to support baseball players who bleached their hair as a ritual ahead of the World Baseball Classic.
9. WHY WYCLEF JEAN IS UNHAPPY
The Grammy-winning musician says he was handcuffed and treated like a criminal when Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies mistook him for a robbery suspect.
10. MAN NAMED IN TOM BRADY'S JERSEY CASE SOUGHT AUTOGRAPHS
The former director of the tabloid La Prensa collected multiple NFL memorabilia items, including a Kurt Warner jersey he hoped to sell to the former quarterback for thousands of dollars.