10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
A magistrate grants bail allowing the double-amputee athlete to be freed from custody pending his trial in the shooting death of his girlfriend.
The sentence comes in an Illinois court after the ex-cop angrily denies killing his third wife.
Symptoms include deep shame, guilt and rage from having done something, or failed to stop something that violates their moral code.
Mursi's call for 4-stage parliamentary balloting comes against the backdrop of a divided country.
This year's vaccine is proving startlingly ineffective in protecting older Americans - the most vulnerable age group.
A major snowstorm promises a messy Upper Midwest commute after shuttering Missouri airports and blanketing Kansas.
The recent downsizing is most pronounced at the state and local levels on payroll, equipment, buildings and other core functions.
Police hunt for a Range Rover that set off the fiery crash that left 3 people killed.
Dead mice laced with the active ingredient in Tylenol to be unleashed in Guam's jungle canopy to fight the brown tree snake.
Users scan their fingers with a device that recognizes their prints and detects hemoglobin in the blood at two South Dakota campus shops.