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Clergy stand during a World Youth Day Mass at Copacabana beach, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Pope Francis arrived in Rio de Janeiro on Monday to begin a weeklong visit to participate in the World Youth Day festival. As many as 1 million young people from around the world are expected in Rio for the Catholic youth fest.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:

1. WEINER CAUGHT IN ANOTHER SEXTING SCANDAL

The New York mayoral candidate acknowledges some activity took place after he resigned from the House two years ago for the same sort of behavior.

2. WHO'S ENJOYING A REMARKABLE TURNAROUND

Britain's royal family, which 20 years ago was making news for all the wrong reasons, is back in its subjects' affections.

3. POPE SHOWS LITTLE CONCERN FOR PROTECTION

Visiting Brazil, he once again demonstrates that he likes to be out among the public—a worry for his security forces.

4. IN HOUSE, A FUNDING FLASHPOINT

Congressional efforts to cut off U.S. aid for Syria and Egypt are expected to be put to a vote Wednesday.

5. WHAT'S UNUSUAL ABOUT THE TEXAS GOVERNOR'S RACE

If he wins, state Attorney General Greg Abbott will be the nation's first elected governor in a wheelchair since Alabama's George Wallace.

6. APPLE LOSING ITS SHINE

The iPhone maker—its growth stalling, along with its pace of innovation—suffers a second straight quarter of losses.

7. HOW COLLEGE IS BEING PAID FOR

Parents no longer foot the largest portion of the bill, according to an annual survey. That role goes to grants and scholarships

8. FDA WARNS DRUG SELLERS

The agency is cracking down on more than a dozen companies suspected of marketing illegal diabetes treatments.


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9. AMANDA BYNES HOSPITALIZED

A mental health evaluation is ordered after the actress is spotted by a passer-by with her pant legs on fire in the driveway of a California home.

10. 'THE CULTURE'S BEEN FLIPPED ON ITS HEAD'

Protective no more, baseball players are demanding stiff suspensions for any big leaguers who are caught doping.