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:
Americans are holding Republicans primarily responsible for the partial government shutdown, but the president and Democrats don't get off easy, either.
She's been vice chair since 2010 and would be the first woman to head the Federal Reserve.
A requirement that consumers create online accounts multiplied the volume of online transactions, overwhelming the site.
Scientists Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel win this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry.
Cairo stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in military and economic assistance as the Obama administration plans a dramatic policy shift.
The parents of four boys found living in filth and communicating with grunts were accused in 2006 of keeping three other children in similar conditions.
The 64-year-old who swam from Havana to Miami attempts a 48-hour swim in a NYC pool to raise money for Superstorm Sandy victims.
An off-duty NYPD detective faces charges after he is seen on video hitting and kicking an SUV after a group motorcycle ride spiraled into violence.
Asked about his political future, the N.J. governor replies, "I am not going to declare tonight ... that I am or I'm not running for president."
Boston beats Tampa Bay 3-1 in Game 4 and will face the winner of Thursday's Detroit-vs.-Oakland game.