Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. WHO ENDORSES DONALD TRUMP
House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan tells The Associated Press that his goal is to make sure the GOP is “at full strength in the fall.”
2. CLINTON TAKES ON TRUMP
Hillary Clinton lambastes her Republican rival’s foreign policy vision as one of war, international turmoil and economic crisis, and says electing him would be “a historic mistake.”
3. WHAT KILLED PRINCE
Autopsy results show the pop star died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl, a powerful opioid painkiller that is up to 50 times more potent than heroin.
4. TWO US FIGHTER JETS GO DOWN IN SEPARATE INCIDENTS
A Navy Blue Angels jet crashes in Tennessee, killing the pilot, while a pilot safely ejected in Colorado before his Thunderbird crashed moments after flying over a crowd watching President Barack Obama’s commencement address for Air Force cadets.
5. SOLDIERS SWEPT AWAY IN TEXAS
Fort Hood says five are dead and four are missing after an Army truck is washed from a low-water crossing and overturns in a rain-swollen creek at the post in Central Texas.
6. WHY SOME RESEARCH ON SWEETS LEAVES A BAD TASTE
The makers of candy, cookies and sodas shape nutrition research and generate headlines, even though critics say such papers are marketing masquerading as science.
7. UCLA SHOOTER HAD KILL LIST
Police believe a former grad student killed a woman in Minnesota who documents show was his wife, then traveled to the Los Angeles campus, where he fatally shot a young professor and then killed himself.
8. JAPANESE BOY MISSING IN FOREST FOUND ALIVE
Police say a 7-year-old child who went missing after his parents reportedly left him in a forest as punishment six days ago has been found and appears to be unharmed.
9. HOW US PLANS TO CLAMP DOWN ON PAYDAY LENDERS
Federal regulators want to rein in providers of high-interest loans, saying borrowers need to be protected from practices that wind up turning into “debt traps” for many.
10. WARRIORS TAKE GAME 1 OF FINALS
Shaun Livingston scores 20 points to lead a balanced attack and Golden State takes Game 1 of the NBA Finals, 104-89 over the Cleveland Cavaliers.