10 Things to Know for Thursday

10 Things to Know for Thursday

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

1. AUDIT FINDS CLINTON DISREGARDED SECURITY GUIDANCE IN USING PRIVATE EMAIL

Campaigning in California, Donald Trump noted that Clinton had received "a little bad news" and then railed against her "horribly bad judgment."

2. WHICH STATES ARE SUING OVER OBAMA'S SCHOOL TRANSGENDER DIRECTIVE

The states are Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Wisconsin, West Virginia, Tennessee, Maine, Arizona, Louisiana, Utah and Georgia.

3. HOW FEMALE CEOS ARE FARING COMPARED TO THEIR MALE COUNTERPARTS

For the second year in a row, female CEOs earned more than their male counterparts and received bigger raises. But only a small sliver of the largest companies are run by women.

4. JAPAN'S PRIME MINISTER REJECTS IDEA OF VISITING PEARL HARBOR

Coming ahead of President Barack Obama's historic visit to Hiroshima later this week, Shinzo Abe's comments laid bare the complex politics of reconciliation.

5. WHO WAS CHOSEN TO BE THE NEW LEADER OF THE AFGHAN TALIBAN

Opposition within the group emerged just hours after little-known extremist cleric Mullah Haibatullah Akhundzada was selected to replace his predecessor, who was killed in a U.S. drone strike.

6. WHERE 768 NEW SCREENERS WILL BE SENT TO DEAL WITH LONG AIRPORT SECURITY LINES

The Transportation Security Administration will send the new screeners to the nation's busiest airports in Chicago, New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles and other hubs by mid-June.

7. WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT A PREGNANT WOMAN WITH ZIKA WILL HAVE A BABY WITH BIRTH DEFECTS

The largest study to ever look at the question says the risk of one type of birth defect, microcephaly, is "substantial" — in the range of 1 percent to 14 percent.

8. HOW MANY AMERICANS LIE TO THEIR PARTNER ABOUT MONEY MATTERS

Two in five Americans who have combined finances admit to lying to their partner about financial matters, according to a study by Harris Poll for the National Endowment for Financial Education.

9. WHO MIGHT BE BANKROLLING HULK HOGAN'S LEGAL MATCH WITH GAWKER

News reports say Hogan is secretly backed by Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel, who was outed as gay by a Gawker-owned website in 2007.

10. WHERE THE OBAMAS MIGHT LIVE WHEN THE PRESIDENT LEAVES OFFICE IN JANUARY

Real estate circles are buzzing over reports that Obama and his wife, Michelle, have decided to lease a nine-bedroom mansion in one of Washington's poshest neighborhoods.