Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A month before the Navy Yard rampage, Aaron Alexis complained that people were talking to him through the walls and ceilings, police say.
Many expect the agency to announce that it will slow its economic stimulus.
Russia's top diplomat insists that the U.N. resolution governing Syria's handling of its chemical weapons cannot allow the use of force.
Rebels have besieged a prison in northern Syria for five months, trying to free the inmates.
The massive blaze was sparked by old wiring compromised by saltwater and sand during Superstorm Sandy, authorities say.
Tens of thousands of tourists are stranded in the Mexican resort city by floodwaters.
Starbucks says firearms are no longer welcome in its cafes, though it's stopping short of an outright ban.
A young woman who became famous for online videos of her uncontrollable hiccups goes on trial in a Florida murder case.
The AP's Anick Jesdanun says the fingerprint sensor that unlocks the new iPhone 5S makes the phone worth the extra $100 cost all by itself.
AMC says the show's final season will be split into two parts – seven episodes will air next spring and another seven in 2015.