Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Mohammed Badie was captured in Cairo after the possibility of the release of jailed ex-president Hosni Mubarak threw the country into more turmoil.
The possible release of Mubarak, who the U.S. supported for nearly three decades before his removal, as Obama struggles to develop a coherent policy on Egypt.
A court indicted former president Pervez Musharraf on murder charges in the 2007 death of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
The U.S. soldier's sentencing hearing beginning today will feature testimony from villagers flown in to describe the March 2012 raid that left 16 dead.
More than half of Manila is underwater, trapping tens of thousands and suspending all work in the city.
Bob Filner wasn't seen at work at City Hall yesterday and hasn't announced resignation plans, but has begun negotiations In a sex harassment claim against him.
Doctors are proposing that organ networks redistrict maps that put patients in line for liver transplants, saying people in some states who are sicker have to wait much longer than others.
The news channel, which debuts today, says it will offer a bolder-but-less-opinionated alternative to other networks.
Lee Thompson Young, the teen star of "The Famous Jet Jackson" who also appeared in "Friday Night Lights" and "Rizzoli & Isles," was 29.
The attorney rejects a call to waive his client's confidentiality and release the evidence that triggered Rodriguez's 211-game drug suspension.