By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. IRANIAN LEADER PUSHES NEW WORLD ORDER
Ahmadinejad, no friend to the U.S., tells the AP in a wide-ranging interview that it's time to end American "bullying" and domination.
2. WHY OHIO'S SO KEY FOR OBAMA, ROMNEY
The state has 18 electoral votes, seventh-most in the nation, and no Republican has won the White House without carrying it.
3. SOMALI PIRACY HEYDAY MAY BE OVER
AP reporters find pirates who once owned vast villas now living in unfurnished rooms, after dramatic drop in the number of vessels they seize.
4. FEAR OF FLYING: MORE FEES, LESS CHOICE IN THE SKIES
Transportation Department report finds the airline industry still in transition, with little good news for consumers.
5. SCORE-SETTLING SEEN IN LIBYA
A young rebel credited with helping capture Gadhafi dies after being kidnapped, beaten and slashed.
6. STARTLING NUMBERS BEHIND NYC SCHOOLS' MORNING-AFTER PILL PROGRAM
More than 7,000 New York City girls ages 15 to 17 get pregnant each year - and more than two-thirds of those pregnancies end in abortions.
7. AN UNUSUAL USE OF EGYPT'S BLASPHEMY LAWS
Facing trial: A radical Islamist who tore up an English copy of the Bible during a protest.
8. TREND-SETTING CALIFORNIA GETS SET FOR THE DRIVERLESS CAR
Gov. Jerry Brown signs a bill establishing safety and other rules for autonomous vehicles on the state's highways.
9. WHERE OBAMA, ROMNEY ARE FINDING RARE COMMON GROUND
Following disputed call that cost the Packers a win, both say it's time to bring the "real refs" back to the NFL.
10. PFFFT! AIR GOES OUT OF THE NOTRE DAME-MICHIGAN PIGSKIN
Irish end contract with the Wolverines, meaning last scheduled game between college football's winningest programs will take place in 2014.
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