10 Things to Know for Wednesday

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

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

1. BILL COSBY IS ORDERED TO STAND TRIAL IN SEX CASE

The comedian could get 10 years in prison if convicted. He is currently free on $1 million bail.

2. WHO SEEKS BETTER TIES WITH U.S. FOES

Obama hopes he can prove the benefits of his softer approach to Vietnam, Iran, Cuba and Myanmar before he hands control to a successor in January.

3. WHICH PUNISHMENT U.S. SEEKS IN CHARLESTON CHURCH MASSACRE CASE

Dylann Roof, the man charged with killing nine black parishioners last year, will face death penalty trials, the Justice Department announces.

4. HOW TRUMP EXPLAINS DECISION TO SEEK DONATIONS

The candidate tells The AP that his about-face from self-funded candidate to one who relies on donors is happening only at the request of the Republican National Committee.

5. EXPERT SUGGESTS EXPLOSION DOWNED EGYPTAIR JET

The idea of a blast is promptly dismissed by the head of Egypt's forensic agency as "baseless" speculation.

6. FRENCH RAID GOOGLE IN LATEST PROBE INTO TECH'S TAX TACTICS

The move marks one of Europe's most conspicuous attempts yet to cast the U.S. technology leader as a manipulative scofflaw.

7. WHAT'S NOT LIKELY TO EASE AIRPORT SECURITY LINES

The ouster of the TSA top security official doesn't address the agency's primary problem: insufficient personnel to quickly screen crowds of travelers and their carry-on luggage.

8. MONSANTO REJECTS $62B BAYER BID

However, the seed company suggests that a better offer might be accepted, saying that it remains open to talks.

9. BORN DEAF, 11-YEAR-OLD IS AMONG NATION'S TOP SPELLERS

After receiving cochlear implants in both ears as a baby, Neil Maes had to train his brain to understand spoken words.

10. ATLANTA, MIAMI, LOS ANGELES SELECTED TO HOST SUPER BOWLS

The three cities make significant financial investments in new stadiums or upgrade an existing one.