By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. FED BOND ANNOUNCEMENT SENDS STOCKS ROCKETING
But economists caution the moves may have little effect; more action could be on the horizon.
2. UPHEAVAL OVER ANTI-MUSLIM FILM CONTINUES
After the surprise attack in Libya, the U.S. is on guard for trouble Friday - often a day of protest in the Middle East.
3. AFGHAN WAR FADING FROM THE NATION'S CONSCIOUSNESS
Families of U.S. soldiers killed in action despair that many fellow citizens fail to appreciate their sacrifice.
4. GUATEMALA VOLCANO ERUPTS IN RIVERS OF LAVA
More than 33,000 people were asked to evacuate and ash fell as far as 50 miles away.
5. WHERE TO GO WHEN YOU NEED A FIX IN NYC
A new ban on big sugary drinks doesn't apply to convenience stores, so 7-Eleven can keep pouring those Big Gulps.
6. JIM CALHOUN STEPS DOWN AFTER BUILDING UCONN INTO A NATIONAL POWER
Wife has final piece of advice for retiring hoops coach: "Don't change your mind."
7. WHY MUHAMMAD ALI IS HONORED IN PHILADELPHIA
The boxing great was awarded the Liberty Medal, recognizing his fights for humanitarian causes, civil rights and religious freedom.
8. END OF TAX-FREE AMAZON SHOPPING FOR SOME
Californians are stocking up before the online retailer starts charging sales tax there.
9. SEEKING CASH, PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS GET CREATIVE
While Romney raffles off a chance to fly on his campaign plane, Democratic donors vie for free tickets to an Obama fundraiser starring Beyonce, Jay-Z.
10. HOW FIDO MEASURES UP
Zeus the Great Dane gets the title of the world's tallest dog: 3-foot-8 from foot to shoulder.
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