Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Rescuers are nearly finished searching for victims, but most Moore residents are just starting to find out whether their homes were destroyed.
Lois Lerner, who revealed the agency's targeting of conservative groups, has said she will invoke the Fifth Amendment when called to testify before Congress today.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 13-5 to pass a key priority for Obama's second term, creating a pathway to citizenship for millions.
After begging a jury to let her live, Arias tells the AP that she didn't get a fair trial and her lawyers should have called witnesses to support her claims that her boyfriend abused her.
The U.S. says it has ID'd five suspects in the deadly attack in Libya, though it doesn't yet have enough evidence to try them.
The ex-congressman whose career imploded over raunchy tweets two years ago announced in a video that he's running for New York City mayor.
The trip is the highest-profile visit by a North Korean official to China this year as Beijing is showing more frustration with Pyongyang over nuclear threats.
A 78-year-old historian put a letter on the altar of the 850-year-old French monument, pulled out a gun and shot himself in the head.
The console seamlessly switches back and forth between watching live TV, listening to music, watching a movie and browsing the Internet.
Country singer Kellie Pickler edged out Disney Channel star Zendaya and football pro Jacoby Jones.