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 Senate measure to increase the government's borrowing cap is in the works.
Opponents of the new law are crowing about its glitch-ridden start, while others insist the online enrollment system can be fixed.
The two operations, thousands of miles apart, show an American readiness to go after militants in nations where authorities are unable to do so, even years later.
Its leaders are pumping up a pro-military, nationalist fervor while also trying to crush ousted president Morsi's Islamist supporters. The result has been more turmoil.
The Supreme Court is considering whether to undo some limits on contributions from big givers to political campaigns.
A clot pressing against Cristina Fernandez' brain was causing headaches, but worrying new symptoms are prompting immediate attention.
An AP investigation finds 23 of the 27 major casinos on the Las Vegas Strip have no surveillance in hotel hallways or elevator landings, creating opportunities for crime.
Authorities say John Constantino, 64, of Mount Laurel, N.J., is the man who died last week after pouring gasoline on his head and setting himself ablaze.
Actor Will Ferrell brings his big-screen character Ron Burgundy, the egotistical airhead TV anchorman, to the small screen in a series of ads for the automaker.
Jose Lobaton keeps Tampa Bay in contention against Boston for the American League Division Series title.