Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1 - 'A FEW PASSENGERS WERE VERY STRONG'
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.
2 - WHO'LL FOLLOW RAUL CASTRO AS CUBAN PRESIDENT
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.
3 - ONCE AGAIN, ISLAND GOES DARK
An island-wide blackout hits Puerto Rico, which is struggling with an increasingly unstable power grid nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria.
4 - WHY FACT-FINDING MISSION HAS BEEN DELAYED
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.
5 - BUSH FAMILY EXPRESSES THANKS
Former President George H.W. Bush says the outpouring of love and friendship toward Barbara Bush following her death "is lifting us all up."
6 - WITNESS SAYS COSBY ACCUSER SPOKE OF PLOT
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.
7 - MAKER OF BUMP STOCKS GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
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.
8 - WHAT'S FRESH REMINDER OF 'RETAIL RACISM'
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.
9 - PLANET-HUNTING SPACECRAFT LAUNCHED
NASA's Tess spacecraft embarks on a quest to find planets around neighboring stars that might support life.
10 - HOLLYWOOD BLOCKBUSTER ARRIVES IN RIYADH
Saudi Arabia holds a private screening of "Black Panther" to herald the launch of movie theaters in the kingdom.