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10 Things to Know for Friday

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Skies could become cellphone-friendly.  Federal regulators are considering changing "outdated" rules against making calls during passenger flights. By Justin Sullivan Skies could become cellphone-friendly. Federal regulators are considering changing "outdated" rules against making calls during passenger flights. By Justin Sullivan
Rift threatens Afghan pact.  Karzai wants to hold off on completing the agreement until after elections in Afghanistan next April. The U.S. says that such a delay could be a deal-breaker. By Carlos Otero Rift threatens Afghan pact. Karzai wants to hold off on completing the agreement until after elections in Afghanistan next April. The U.S. says that such a delay could be a deal-breaker. By Carlos Otero
What's the talk of the senate.  Democrats vote to curb the body's hallowed tradition of the filibuster, clearing the way for speedier confirmation of presidential appointees. By John Moore What's the talk of the senate. Democrats vote to curb the body's hallowed tradition of the filibuster, clearing the way for speedier confirmation of presidential appointees. By John Moore
In Arizona, "cause for grave alarm."  Thousands of calls to a state hotline alleging child abuse or neglect were never investigated, officials discover. By Elizabeth Eisele In Arizona, "cause for grave alarm." Thousands of calls to a state hotline alleging child abuse or neglect were never investigated, officials discover. By Elizabeth Eisele
Three women freed after 30 years in captivity.  The rescues in London are announced after the arrests of two people in an investigation into domestic slavery. By Carlos Otero Three women freed after 30 years in captivity. The rescues in London are announced after the arrests of two people in an investigation into domestic slavery. By Carlos Otero

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

1.  SKIES COULD BECOME CELLPHONE-FRIENDLY

   Federal regulators are considering changing "outdated" rules against making calls during passenger flights.

2. RIFT THREATENS AFGHAN PACT

   Karzai wants to hold off on completing the agreement until after elections in Afghanistan next April. The U.S. says that such a delay could be a deal-breaker.

3. WHAT'S THE TALK OF THE SENATE

   Democrats vote to curb the body's hallowed tradition of the filibuster, clearing the way for speedier confirmation of presidential appointees.

4. IN ARIZONA, `CAUSE FOR GRAVE ALARM'

   Thousands of calls to a state hotline alleging child abuse or neglect were never investigated, officials discover.

5. THREE WOMEN FREED AFTER 30 YEARS IN CAPTIVITY

   The rescues in London are announced after the arrests of two people in an investigation into domestic slavery.

6. DALLAS LOOKS BACK 50 YEARS TO FATEFUL DAY

   The city aims for somber, respectful ceremonies on the anniversary of JFK's assassination, focusing on his legacy.

7. BOEING 747 LANDS AT WRONG AIRPORT

   A jumbo jet whose pilot seemed confused touches down at a small facility in Kansas instead of its intended destination, a nearby Air Force base.

8. WHO MIGHT HELP GET RID OF SYRIA'S CHEMICAL WEAPONS

   Private companies are being invited to bid on the disarmament project.

9. POLICE ON LOOKOUT FOR `KNOCKOUT' ATTACKS

   A violent game linked to teenage males has the simple goal of knocking an unsuspecting bystander out cold with one blow. Some victims in the U.S. have died.

10. WHY SCIENTISTS WERE DAZZLED IN APRIL

   Telescopes captured a giant cosmic blast reminiscent of the Big Bang. If it had been closer, Earth would have been reduced to a cinder.

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