Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. EGYPTIAN JETLINER HIJACKED
An Egyptian man hijacks an EgyptAir plane and forces it to land in Cyprus, where seven people are still being held. Cyprus’ president says the incident was “not something that has to do with terrorism.”
2. CHINA EMERGING AS GLOBAL MONEY-LAUNDERING HUB
Mysterious cyber-thieves trick toy maker Mattel into wiring over $3 million to a bank in China, in an often replicated scheme that has cost companies $1.8 billion.
3. WHAT TRUMP’S ASPIRATIONS MAY HINGE ON
The Republican front-runner’s White House dreams may now depend on a messy fight for delegates he is only now scrambling to address.
4. QUESTIONS LINGER AFTER FEDS HACK IPHONE
The legal fight pitting the Obama administration against Apple ends unexpectedly after the FBI says it used a method it did not reveal to hack into a California mass shooter’s smartphone.
5. OBAMA TO ADDRESS NATION’S GROWING OPIOID PROBLEM
The federal government will issue a proposed rule that aims to increase medication-based treatment for tens of thousands of addicts.
6. ONE CONSEQUENCE OF YEMEN WAR
Malnutrition underscores how hunger has dramatically spread in the country over the past year of fighting and Saudi-led airstrikes.
7. HOW ONE SCHOOL DISTRICT IS ENABLING THE ARTS
Los Angeles schools are trying to enlist Hollywood studios to “adopt” schools and provide students with equipment, mentorships and training as a way to reverse years of cuts and layoffs.
8. UTAH ENACTS ABORTION ANESTHESIA
The bill that requires doctors to give the heavy sedative to women terminating a pregnancy at 20 weeks or later is based on the disputed premise that a fetus can feel pain at that point.
9. REPORT: PROSECUTORS RARELY DISCIPLINED FOR MISCONDUCT
Researchers examined 660 criminal cases in five states where courts confirmed prosecutorial misconduct and found only one prosecutor had been disciplined.
10. WOMEN’S FINAL FOUR SET
And to no surprise UConn is there for the ninth consecutive season, joining three first-timers in Oregon State, Washington and Syracuse.