FILE - In this Feb. 1, 2015, file photo, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) walks through a crowd of media after the NFL Super Bowl XLIX football game against the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, Ariz. Men are behind more news stories than women by a nearly 2-to-1 margin across print and television platforms, though there was a slight increase in bylines and credits for women last year, a new study says. The Washington-based Women's Media Center released its study Thursday, June 4, 2015, as part of its fourth annual report on "The Status of Women in U.S. Media." (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File) (AP)

10 Things to Know for Today


June 4, 2015 2:00PM (UTC)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. AT LEAST 75 DEAD IN CAPSIZED CHINESE SHIP

More than 360 people remain missing as rescuers cut holes into the overturned hull of the boat in unsuccessful attempts to find more survivors.

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2. WHY BLATTER'S RESIGNATION WON'T LEAD MANY TO QUIT

"I do not see much of a chance of a domino effect" in the global soccer establishment, says Peter Alegi, a historian and author of "Africa's World Cup."

3. WHAT G-7 SUMMIT IS EXPECTED TO PRODUCE

The gathering of Obama and other Western leaders this weekend in Germany will likely result in new condemnation — but not more punishment — of Russia for its suspected role in the Ukrainian conflict.

4. AT LEAST 73 DEAD IN GHANA AFTER BLAST AT GAS STATION

The cause of the overnight explosion was not immediately known but neighbors say that many people took shelter at the station amid torrential rains and flooding. GHANA-GAS STATION EXPLOSION

5. WHO PLANNED TO BEHEAD UNIDENTIFIED VICTIM, KILL POLICE OFFICERS

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Usaama Rahim, a knife-wielding man fatally shot by terror investigators in Boston, plotted for at least a week, the FBI says.

6. 'HUMBLER' RICK PERRY TO ANNOUNCE 2016 BID

The former Texas governor is back and studying up on policy to become a better prepared candidate.

7. POPE HOPES TO BRIDGE RELIGIOUS DIVIDE IN BOSNIA

Sarajevo is gearing up to give the pontiff an ecstatic embrace, as he strives to restore the majority-Muslim city's legacy of "Europe's Jerusalem," which was destroyed in the 1990s war.

8. NORTH KOREA DEVELOPING NEW SATELLITE

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Pyongyang also defends its right to conduct rocket launches, despite protests by the U.S. that they are aimed at honing military technologies.

9. WOMEN PRODUCE ABOUT A THIRD OF U.S. NEWS CONTENT

Men are behind more news stories by a nearly 2-to-1 margin across print and television platforms, a study says.

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10. '19 KIDS AND COUNTING' REALITY TV FAMILY DISCUSSES SEXUAL MISCONDUCT

Josh Duggar's sister says in a TV interview that he victimized her — but she defends him as well.


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