Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The terror group behind the attack says Kenyan forces trying to end the siege used chemical weapons and carried out "a demolition" that buried 137 hostages in the rubble. The government denies the claims.
In a speech to the U.N., Rouhani acknowledges that the Holocaust happened - something Ahmadinejad could never bring himself to do.
Texas' Ted Cruz vows to speak against the president's health care law until he's "no longer able to stand."
Benedict, breaking his self-imposed silence to reply to a critic, denies covering up for sexually abusive priests.
With the world's attention focused on the regime's chemical weapons, relief organizations are warning of the risk of mass starvation across the country.
Undersea explorer Barry Clifford believes the wreck of the pirate ship Whydah off Cape Cod holds a mother lode of riches.
Among this year's recipients: A doctor who created a system to track patients in desperately poor Camden, N.J., and make sure they get the care they need after they leave the hospital.
A 99-year-old Iowan who started school in a one-room school house, then left high school one credit shy of graduation in 1932, receives her diploma.
On the 20th anniversary of Nirvana's final studio album, Kurt Cobain's mother is putting his childhood home - complete with his mattress - up for sale.
With the America's Cup competition tied 8-8, a win by the USA over New Zealand would cap what's being called one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.