10 things to know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. POSSIBLE BRUSSELS SUSPECTS STILL ON THE LOOSE
The head of Belgium's terrorism threat body says that is why the country is keeping the terrorism threat level at its highest level, which means there is a danger of an imminent attack.
2. TRUMP, CLINTON TRADE WINS WITH THEIR RIVALS AND ATTACK EACH OTHER'S WORLDVIEWS
The front-runners win the biggest prize in Arizona, but Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders wins caucuses in Utah and Idaho, while Ted Cruz claims the Republican caucuses in Utah.
3. CRUZ'S CALL FOR INCREASED SURVEILLANCE IN MUSLIM NEIGHBORHOODS DRAWS REBUKES
Muslims across the U.S. condemn the statement but say it is nothing new because the intensifying rhetoric in the presidential campaign has for months been ratcheting up animosity against American Muslims.
4. WHY MORE SOON-TO-BE RELEASED INMATES ARE TRAINING TO USE HEROIN OVERDOSE ANTIDOTE
Naloxone supporters say the opportunity to save potentially thousands of lives outweighs any fears that the promise of a nearby antidote would only encourage drug abuse.
5. WHERE OBAMA WILL AIM TO BOOST LEADER FRIENDLY TO U.S.
He flies to Argentina, where President Mauricio Macri is opening a new chapter after years of anti-American posturing by predecessor Christina Fernandez.
6. WHAT KERRY WILL DISCUSS WITH PUTIN DURING VISIT TO MOSCOW
The U.S. secretary of state will be seeking clarity as to where Russia stands on a political transition for Syria.
7. HOW DEADLY CAR CRASH IN THAILAND IGNITES DEBATE OVER THE RICH GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER
The Mercedes driver, the son of a wealthy Thai businessman, survives with minor injuries and refuses both alcohol and drug tests - and his wishes are respected.
8. SUPREME COURT TAKES UP CHALLENGE FROM FAITH-BASED GROUP AGAINST OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE LAW
The justices will hear arguments over the administration's efforts to ensure their employees and students can get cost-free birth control.
9. WHO COULD BE CHARGED IN THE CASE OF 4-YEAR-OLD BOY WHO SHOT HIS MOTHER IN TRUCK
Authorities say the 31-year-old Jamie Gilt of Florida should face a misdemeanor charge of allowing a child access to a firearm.
10. POLICE TRYING TO COAX MAN OUT OF 80-FOOT-TALL TREE IN SEATTLE SPECTACLE
The incident disrupted traffic and has attracted a large social media following with the hashtag #manintree trending.
— Associated Press