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:
The defense minister says Europe and the U.S. can't return to business as usual after allegations that the chancellor's cellphone was monitored.
Executives of the company that built the problem-plagued health insurance online marketplace will testify before a House committee.
The agency is trying to find the poison behind the deaths of 580 dogs and the sickening of thousands.
A nutritional rating system using gold stars on price labels on grocery store shelves appears to have shifted buying habits.
An activist group says the government has freed women in a prisoner exchange involving Lebanon, Turkey, Qatar and the Palestinian Authority.
A judge rules Michael Skakel's attorney failed to adequately represent him when he was convicted in 2002.
Officials recovered the remains of the 24-year-old victim in the woods behind the school.
Most airlines prefer two-engine jets that use less fuel than the big, four-engine planes.
The second base umpire is overruled by the rest of his crew, paving the way for Boston's 8-1 rout of St. Louis in Game 1 of the World Series.
Experts say regular vaccinations tend to be only about 30 to 40 percent effective in people 65 and older.