Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
The fast-moving blazes, many of which tore through Sonoma wine country, destroyed 2,000 homes and businesses.
About 60 percent of Americans favor allowing young immigrants to stay in the U.S. legally, a new AP-NORC Center poll shows.
The White House passes off the comments as a joke, but they carry a hint of malice and threaten to undermine the secretary of state’s diplomatic work.
Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie add their voices to those of other actresses who have accused the Hollywood mogul of sex harassment.
Officials now say a hotel security guard drew fire from the gunman six minutes before the massacre began — instead of after it was over — leading to speculation about whether some killings could have been averted.
The president belittles the GOP senator even as top Republican lawmakers call on both men to end a quarrel that could disrupt the party’s agenda.
But Catalonia’s president said he would delay it for several weeks to give talks with Spanish officials a chance.
If confirmed, such a hack would be a major blow for South Korea amid rocky relations with Pyongyang.
Detective Jeff Payne arrested the nurse and dragged her screaming from a hospital when she refused to draw blood from a patient.
The iPhone maker brings back the director’s “Amazing Stories” series in its attempt to build an online video subscription service.