Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Thailand’s armed forces, which staged 11 coups in 80 years, take charge of security after weeks of unrest.
Putin’s state visit to China aims to bolster ties between the two countries at a time when Moscow is facing isolation in the West.
China responds to espionage charges the U.S. filed against five of its military officers by halting cybersecurity cooperation with the Obama administration.
The CIA, which used a hepatitis vaccine campaign to hunt Bin Laden in Pakistan, decided to halt this practice because of public health community’s concerns.
Dozens have started applying for marriage licenses after a judge invalidated the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
The Justice Department charges Credit Suisse AG with helping wealthy Americans avoid paying taxes through offshore accounts.
The restive country’s fleet is left in tatters after Russia annexed Crimea, its key base.
Romance is a few taps away via new smartphone dating apps.
Local governments in 16 states are using the technology, and Vermont has become the first to offer it statewide.
The titanosaur, which was as tall as a six-story building, will require a new museum to house it once it’s fully excavated and put together.