Ten Things You Need to Know Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A newspaper says the U.S. spying agency collected data on 60 million calls in a month.
Lou Reed, who died of a liver ailment, was the father of indie rock who influenced generations of musicians from David Bowie and R.E.M. to Talking Heads and Sonic Youth.
The Superstorm, which hit the Northeast a year ago this week, caused so much havoc because its tropical storm-force winds stretched for a record 1,000 miles.
Trains and flights are canceled and power is knocked out to thousands as a significant storm bears down on southern England.
Jury selection begins in the case of former News of the World editors Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, accused of eavesdropping and bribing officials while at the now-shuttered Rupert Murdoch tabloid.
NYC police say the suspect had been staying with the family on the first floor of the two-story brick house for about a week.
Toyota outsells GM for the first nine months of 2013 to keep the lead it regained last year.
Starting next fall, the global info and measurement company will count programs watched on phones and tablets within its traditional TV ratings.
One night after a rare obstruction call, Game 4 ends with a pickoff play as the Red Sox beat the Cardinals 4-2 and even things up.
The 49ers trounce the Jaguars 42-10 at London's iconic soccer venue.