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 FAA is easing restrictions on the use of electronic gadgets on airplanes - though chatting on cellphones will still be prohibited.
A panel of judges rules that the state can enforce its law requiring doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital.
A federal appeals court blocks a judge's ruling that the NYPD's controversial tactic discriminates against minorities.
Three pumpkins filled with several pounds of cocaine are found in a woman's luggage at the airport in Montreal.
The device that logs technical data including altitude, speed and route is recovered more than two weeks after the plane went down, killing 49.
British scientists join NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg in taking aim at soft drinks in the fight against obesity, urging a 20 percent tax on certain beverages sold in the U.K.
The California woman plans to challenge what may be a first-of-its-kind citation, saying the Internet-connected eyewear makes navigation easier.
Police say they have a video that appears to show Rob Ford smoking a crack pipe.
A document from NSA leaker Edward Snowden alleges the embassy in Jakarta is a hub for Washington's secret electronic data collection program.
It's asking how Catholic parishes around the globe handle sensitive issues like contraception, divorce and gay couples.