Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
1. SHOOTING IN CHARLESTON, S.C.; NO WORD ON CASUALTIES
The pastor of the Emanuel AME Church was inside for a service at the time of the shooting, but it is unclear if the shooting took place inside the church.
2. WHAT MIGHT HAVE LED TO DEADLY BALCONY COLLAPSE
So far, the investigation points to rotten wooden beams as the cause of the tragedy in Berkeley, California, that killed six college students.
3. AT&T HIT WITH RECORD $100 MILLION FINE
The U.S. government alleges the carrier offered cellphone customers "unlimited" data — but then slowed their Internet speeds after they reached a certain amount.
4. TOUGH QUESTIONS OVER RACIAL IDENTITY HAVE DOGGED RACHEL DOLEZAL
More than a decade ago, doubts were raised about whether she had tried to pose as African-American when she applied for admission to the historically black Howard University.
5. WHY JAPANESE AUTOMAKERS ARE FEELING JUMPY
The quality of cars and trucks made by European, Korean and U.S. companies has improved so much that the Japanese are having trouble keeping pace.
6. FAA INVESTIGATES NEAR-MISS AT MIDWAY
Before they were stopped by a frantic controller, two planes at the Chicago airport tried to take off at the same time on intersecting runways.
7. WHO'S USING OBAMA'S OWN WORDS AGAINST HIM
Two Guantanamo Bay detainees are arguing that they should be set free since the president has said the Afghanistan war is ending.
8. MUSLIMS MARKING START OF RAMADAN
During the holy month, observant Muslims abstain from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset.
9. TV COMICS HAIL TRUMP'S WHITE HOUSE BID
In the wake of The Donald's rambling declaration, late-night hosts call his candidacy a gift from the comedy gods.
10. IN RUNUP TO US OPEN, GOLF COURSE GETTING ALL THE ATTENTION
This year's tournament will be played at Chambers Bay — a links-style course in Washington state unlike any other in the event's 120-year history.