10 Things to Know for Wednesday

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

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

1. U.S. APPROVES DRUG TO BOOST SEXUAL DESIRE IN WOMEN

The decision is a milestone for the pharmaceutical industry, eager to replicate the success of impotence drugs for men.

2. TWO WOMEN HAVE PASSED THE ARMY'S GRUELING RANGER TEST

The military services now seem poised to allow women to serve in front-line combat jobs.

3. REPORT SAYS SUBWAY PITCHMAN JARED FOGLE WILL PLEAD GUILTY TO CHILD-PORNOGRAPHY CHARGES

It comes six weeks after authorities seized electronics and other items from his home near Indianapolis.

4. WHO POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR AFTER DEADLY BLAST IN THAILAND

Surveillance video shows a man in a yellow shirt taking off his backpack shortly before the explosion near a mosque in central Bangkok.

5. TOP SENATE REPUBLICAN ADMITS IRAN DEAL WILL LIKELY BE APPROVED

Mitch McConnell says the White House has "a great likelihood of success," despite unified GOP opposition and some Democratic defections.

6. U.S. DEPLOYS MILITARY TO FIGHT WILDFIRES

Two hundred active-duty military troops have been sent to contain roughly 95 fires in the western states.

7. WHY THE UN IS HAVING TROUBLE PROSECUTING PEACEKEEPERS ACCUSED OF RAPE

Many countries lack the will to bring their own soldiers to trial for sex attacks during peace missions.

8. WHAT PROBE OF CLINTON'S SERVER COULD FIND

It could answer questions about the security of her system, who had access to it and whether outsiders tried to crack its contents.

9. HOW AMERICAN CHARITY HELPS AFRICA'S ALBINO CHILDREN

Brought from Tanzania, where they were hunted by the superstitious who wanted to sell their body parts on the black market, they find fake limbs and new hope in the U.S.

10. ROSIE O'DONNELL'S DAUGHTER IS FOUND SAFE AFTER HAVING GONE MISSING

17-year-old Chelsea had not being seen by her family since leaving home a week ago, but her mother later said she had been located and thanked police.