10 Things to Know for Today




Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. PAKISTAN HIT WITH WORST BOMBING IN 2 YEARS

A powerful explosive goes off on the grounds of a government-run hospital in Quetta, killing at least 63 people, police say, in the worst attack in the country since 151 were killed at a school in Peshawar in 2014.

2. DELTA GROUNDS FLIGHTS

One of the world's biggest airlines reports that its computer systems are down everywhere, disrupting the travel plans of thousands of passengers.

3. TRUMP TO OUTLINE ECONOMIC PLAN

The Republican presidential hopeful is aiming to boost jobs and make the country more competitive on a global stage by cutting business taxes, reducing regulations and increasing domestic energy production.

4. HOW TRUMP MAY ENERGIZE LATINO VOTE

The GOP presidential standard-bearer's fiery rhetoric could spur many Hispanics who aren't yet eligible to vote, aren't registered to vote or choose to sit out to make their voices heard on Election Day.

5. WHAT HAS AMERICA'S YOUTH CONCERNED

The threat of violence by people inspired by foreign extremists invokes fear in a majority of young Americans across racial groups, a GenForward poll finds.

6. JAPAN'S EMPEROR MAKES RARE PUBLIC ADDRESS

Akihito, 82, expresses concern about fulfilling his duties as he ages and hints at the possibility that he may want to abdicate in a few years.

7. 1 DOWN, 5 TO GO FOR MICHAEL PHELPS

The most decorated athlete in Olympic history collects his 19th gold medal in the 4X100-meter freestyle relay and has five more events to add to the total.

8. 'POKEMON GO' PLAYER FATALLY WOUNDED

Calvin Riley, 20, is shot to death while playing the popular mobile game at a tourist attraction along San Francisco's waterfront, authorities and a family friend say.

9. HARVARD BREAKS NEW GROUND WITH CYBORG STINGRAY

The translucent creature is made of rat heart muscle, gold and silicone, and it's the latest in a field of biologically-inspired robots that could someday have applications in the health industry and otherwise.

10. HALL OF FAME GAME CANCELED BECAUSE OF FIELD CONDITIONS

Paint that congealed at midfield and in the end zone, hardening those areas, was enough for officials to nix the NFL preseason opener between Green Bay and Indianapolis in Canton, Ohio.
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