10 things to know for Thursday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. FBI ARRESTS MAN WHO PLANNED TO BOMB CAPITOL
The 20-year-old Ohio resident allegedly plotted to "wage jihad", expressed support for the Islamic State group, and was arrested after buying two semi-automatic rifles.
2. NEW INTERNET THREAT IN FRANCE
The country's top cyberdefense official says about 19,000 French websites have suffered cyberattacks in the days since a rampage by Islamic extremists left 20 dead.
3. WHAT THE POPE CONSIDERS HIS MISSION IN HIS VISIT TO ASIA
Francis says he will focus on the poor, the exploited and victims of injustice during his four-day trip to the Philippines.
4. "BIRDMAN" AND "THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL" GET THE MOST OSCAR NOMINATIONS
They were tied with nine nods each, including best picture.
5. SHIFT AT TARGET
The retail giant says it will shut down 133-store Canadian operation after its failed expansion.
6. HOUSE VOTES TO ROLL BACK IMMIGRATION MOVES
Undoing Obama's executive actions would expose hundreds of thousands of younger immigrants to expulsion from the U.S.
7. CLIMBERS REACH SUMMIT AT YOSEMITE
Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson become the first to free-climb the 3,000-foot granite pedestal of El Capitan — a feat that many had considered impossible.
8. SHAKEUP FOLLOWS SECRET SERVICE MISTAKES
Four high-ranking executives have been reassigned, the biggest leadership shift since the agency's director was forced to quit last year.
9. HARUKI MURAKAMI OPENS UP ONLINE
The publicity-shy novelist, who is a perennial candidate for the Nobel Prize, will answer questions readers pose on a website until the end of the month.
10. WHO IS FLYING THE LATEST JET
Qatar Airways' first flight of the state-of-the-art Airbus A350 is taking passengers from the gas-rich nation's capital Doha to Frankfurt.