Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. LOUISIANA MOVIE THEATER SITE OF DEADLY SHOOTING
Police say a 58-year-old white male opened fire during a screening of "Trainwreck" in Lafayette, killing three people — including himself— and injuring seven others.
2. TRUMP TAKES CAMPAIGN TO MEXICO BORDER
The visit comes as The Donald continues to dominate attention in the GOP presidential race, to the growing exasperation of his rivals.
3. AUTOPSY POINTS TO SUICIDE IN TEXAS JAIL DEATH
Marks found around Sandra Bland's neck are consistent with a suicide, rather than a violent homicide, investigators say.
4. U.S.-LED FIGHT AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE GROUP GETS BOOST
Turkey agrees to let the U.S. military use a strategic air base near the Syrian border for strikes against the extremists.
5. KERRY DEFENDS DEAL WITH TEHRAN
He tells skeptical GOP senators that Obama has "made it crystal clear we will never accept a nuclear-armed Iran."
6. WHAT COULD AID ALZHEIMER'S VICTIMS
Exercise may help ward off the disease — and improve the quality of life for early stage sufferers, researchers say.
7. FIVE IN OKLAHOMA FAMILY STABBED TO DEATH
Two teen brothers are accused of killing their parents and three siblings whose bodies are found at a well-kept suburban home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
8. WHICH DISCOVERY IS EXCITING ASTRONOMERS
The best bet yet for an Earth-like planet has been identified, orbiting a sun-like star about 1,400 light years from our own.
9. GOLDEN ARCHES SHOWING SOME TARNISH
A dropoff in customers at its U.S. restaurants contributes to a 13 percent decline in McDonald's second-quarter profit.
10. NEW FRONTIER FOR DRUG TESTING: E-SPORTS
The Electronic Sports League says it will begin randomly drug testing players at its competitive video game tournaments.