Late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories of interest:
1. HOW A LAWSUIT BY ARIZONA LATINOS WILL IMPACT TRAFFIC STOPS. When the trial starts at 11:30 a.m. Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces allegations that his deputies racially profiled Hispanics.
2. REPORT SAYS MILLIONS OF SENIORS RISK LOSING THEIR HOMES. The AARP says 1.5 million of elderly Americans already lost their homes and older African Americans and Hispanics are the hardest hit.
4. FLORIDA INSURANCE OFFICIALS GET UPDATE ON HEALTH CARE. Florida insurance officials are getting an update on health care coverage following the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling that upheld the federal Affordable Care Act.
5. WORLD STOCKS UP ON U.S. EARNINGS. World stock markets climbed Thursday as a rise in U.S. housing starts and solid corporate earnings cheered sentiment.
6. GERMAN PARLIAMENT TO VOTE TODAY ON SPANISH BANK RESCUE. Germany's Parliament is interrupting its summer break to vote Thursday on a rescue package worth up to $122 billion for Spain's ailing banks.
7. U.N. TO VOTE TODAY ON DISPUTED SYRIA RESOLUTION. The U.N. Security Council scheduled a vote Thursday on a new Syria resolution after a last-minute delay failed to get key Western nations and Russia to agree on measures to end the dramatically escalating violence — but both sides remained deeply divided.
8. ST. PETE CREATES EVENT ZONE FOR GOP CONVENTION. The city of St. Petersburg has set up rules for an event zone during the Republican National Convention that will create a parade route and prohibit certain weapons and masks.
9. CHINA'S ONLINE POPULATION RISES TO 538 MILLION. China's population of Internet users, already the world's biggest, has risen to 538 million, driven by rapid growth in wireless Web surfing, an industry group said Thursday.
10. WHO GETS AN EMMY NOD? Jimmy Kimmel and Kerry Washington will announce the nominees starting at about 8:40 a.m.