10 Things to Know for Today
According to the Associated Press, here are 10 things you should now today.
A panel says State Department leadership failures caused "grossly inadequate" security at the embassy in Libya.
Hair stylists say Adam Lanza never spoke or looked at anyone, and was always accompanied by his mother.
Obama appointed Vice President Joe Biden to make curbing gun attacks a key administration priority.
Police say the two bank robbers shimmied down a 20-story skyscraper using a makeshift rope. The men are still at large.
The White House, Democratic leaders and conservatives object to the plan that would raise taxes for those who earn over $1 million a year.
Walter Samaszko Jr. left $7.4 million in gold coins in his Nevada home after he died, and bequeathed the money to a distant cousin.
The photo-sharing service abandons a policy that suggested users' photos could appear in advertisements.
The network persuaded major news organizations to hold back on the story until correspondent Richard Engel was safely across the border.
Police say David Sanchez got out of jail on domestic violence charges and shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, her two family members and himself.
A small brewer has been in in court since 1906 with Anheuser-Busch over the right to put the word Budweiser on bottles in the Czech Republic.