Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
The president in a meeting with lawmakers about immigration asks why the U.S. would want to admit more people from "shithole countries."
The Trump administration says it will allow states to require "able-bodied" Medicaid recipients to work, a hotly debated first in the program's half-century history.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens acknowledges he's been "unfaithful" in his marriage but denies allegations that he blackmailed the woman to stay quiet.
The Vatican was so concerned about fallout from Chile's most notorious pedophile priest that it planned to ask three Chilean bishops accused of knowing about his crimes to resign and take a year's sabbatical, the AP learns.
The House votes to reauthorize a key foreign intelligence collection program after a confusing morning of Trump tweets — one in seeming opposition, the other in support.
Six more women step forward to accuse the prominent conductor of sexually assaulting them, including a musician who says the maestro raped her in 1988.
The company says it is boosting its starting salary for U.S. workers, but is also closing 10 percent of its Sam's Club warehouse stores — a move that could cost thousands of jobs.
U.S. stocks brush aside their first wobble of the year and get back to setting records.
Ecuador grants citizenship to the WikiLeaks founder, who has been living in asylum at the nation's embassy in London for more than five years.
Paris police say they've recovered all the jewels stolen this week from the Ritz Hotel but are still searching for two of the thieves.