Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. OBAMA DEFENDS IRAN DEAL AGAINST CRITICS
In Congress, resistance is coming not only from Republicans, but also from the president's fellow Democrats.
2. GREEK PARLIAMENT PASSES AUSTERITY BILL
The measure is the first step Greece must take to begin negotiations with creditors on a bailout of about 85 billion euros ($93 billion).
3. TRUMP PEGS HIS PERSONAL FORTUNE AT $10 BILLION
If the figure is accurate, The Donald is the wealthiest person ever to run for president, far surpassing the likes of Ross Perot, Steve Forbes or Mitt Romney.
4. HOW NEW PICTURES ARE CHANGING SCIENTISTS' NOTIONS ABOUT PLUTO
Long-awaited images from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft suggest that the dwarf planet is not a dead ice ball but rather is geologically active.
5. LAWMAKERS RESPOND TO ANTI-ABORTION GROUP'S SECRETLY RECORDED VIDEO
Three Republican-led House committees say they will investigate whether Planned Parenthood is selling organs from aborted fetuses — an accusation the organization denies.
6. WHERE CUSTOMER SERVICE HAS HIT A NEW LOW
For long stretches during the tax season, fewer than 10 percent of callers could get through to an IRS help line, a watchdog group says.
7. JURORS DELIBERATING FATE OF COLORADO THEATER GUNMAN
Attorneys for James Holmes are asking for a verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity. Prosecutors say he should be convicted of murder and executed.
8. WHICH KIDS' BOOKS ARE ATTRACTING AN ADULT AUDIENCE
Coloring books for older buyers are a growing trend.
9. PIONEERING TV JOURNALIST DIES AT 84
Marlene Sanders was the first woman to anchor a network evening newscast in 1964 when she filled in for Ron Cochran at ABC News.
10. JORDAN SPIETH CHASING HISTORY AT BRITISH OPEN
The 21-year-old has already won the Masters and U.S. Open this year. Only Ben Hogan in 1953 won both those tournaments and the British Open in the same year.