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:
Boehner says the president "refuses to negotiate," while Pelosi says Republicans keep "moving the goal posts" on a budget deal.
In a way, the delays are good news for Obama and his supporters because the computer problems are apparently due to exceptionally high interest.
China is clamping down on an industry that has helped the rich West dispose of its waste but also added to the degradation of the communist nation's environment.
More than $1 billion in transactions for illegal drugs and services was brokered through the secret website allegedly run by a San Francisco man.
Roadside bombs targeting government troops send a message about the perils of serving in Afghanistan's security forces.
Tom Clancy's extreme attention to technical detail helped make him the most widely read and influential military novelist of his time.
The violent break-in by an armed mob apparently came in response to the killing of a Libyan air force pilot by a Russian woman.
The jury's ruling saves AEG Live from paying hundreds of millions of dollars in damages to the singer's mother, Katherine, and to his three children.
Mia Farrow says that it's possible her son's father was not Woody Allen, but Frank Sinatra instead.
The Rays get a solid start from right-hander Alex Cobb and blank the Indians 4-0 in the AL wild-card game.