Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday:
The number of Americans receiving unemployment aid fell to just below 2.2 million, the fewest since November 2000.
Four former store detectives employed by CVS in New York City say their supervisors ordered them to target minority shoppers.
An attorney representing the Olympia half brothers who were shot by a police officer last month says Bryson Chaplin is paralyzed from the waist down but his family hopes his paralysis is temporary.
Boston voter registration records describe the suspect as a student. A spokeswoman said he had worked for CVS since March.
Overall, the study found that the percentage of bylines, on-camera appearances and producer credits for women had increased nominally from last year.
The incident took place in Austin, Texas and was captured on the dash-cams of two police squad cars.
The 13-year-old told police that he had returned home after his 9 p.m. curfew and found the doors locked. His mother came to the door and told him she was tired of him coming home late and he should find somewhere else to go.
Leaders at Fort Wayne International Airport said they talk to TSA several times a day, but the agency’s changes haven’t been communicated yet.
Sales rose 2 percent over last May to more than 1.64 million cars and trucks, their fastest pace since July 2005, according to Autodata Corp.
Troopers say 19-year-old Logan Shaulis parked his vehicle diagonally across state Route 601 and set up road flares at about 4 a.m. Saturday.
The field trip, which served as part of the private school’s sex education program, angered several parents who claim they weren’t notified of the trip.