Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. FRESH TWIST IN TURBULENT PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
Florida prosecutors dismiss a criminal complaint against Trump’s campaign manager, two weeks after local police charged him with grabbing a reporter.
2. PANEL RECOMMENDS PAROLE FOR FORMER CHARLES MANSON FOLLOWER
Leslie Van Houten has spent more than four decades in prison in California for the notorious killings of a wealthy grocer and his wife.
3. WHAT’S LATEST CLASH OVER PRIVACY RIGHTS
Microsoft is suing the U.S. government over a federal law that lets authorities examine its customers’ email or online files without their knowledge.
4. EARTHQUAKE HITS SOUTHERN JAPAN
The magnitude-6.5 quake knocks down houses, buckles roads and kills nine people.
5. WHERE UNIONS ARE CELEBRATING LEGAL VICTORY
An appeals court in California reverses a ruling that said tenure for teachers deprived students of a good education.
6. BRAZIL’S ROUSSEFF BANKING ON JUSTICES
The country’s top court holds an extraordinary session to consider a motion by Rousseff to block an upcoming impeachment vote against her.
7. DRAMATICALLY EXPANDED AIR BAG RECALL POSSIBLE
Another 85 million air bag inflators haven’t yet been proven safe, the U.S. government says. A recall that massive would take years and cost Takata, the Japanese parts supplier, billions.
8. ‘GODFATHER OF RODEO DRIVE’ DIES AT 90
Fred Hayman was a dapper entrepreneur whose vision transformed a nondescript Southern California street into one of the world’s pre-eminent fashion districts.
9. CHANGE AT TOP OF NYC CULTURAL INSTITUTION
Conductor James Levine, suffering from Parkinson’s disease, will retire after 40 years as music director of the Metropolitan Opera.
10. HOW RAMS INTEND TO MAKE A SPLASH AS THEY RETURN TO LA
The team acquires the No. 1 overall pick from the Tennessee Titans in one of the biggest trades in NFL draft history.