Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Yanukovych says he has tried to compromise with protesters; government ministry says 25 killed, hundreds injured in clashes.
As peace talks falter and civil war drags on, U.S. is reconsidering old ideas, including more help for Western-backed rebels.
Energy Department to approve $6.5 billion for plant in Georgia. When finished around 2018, it will be first in the U.S. in more than 30 years.
Rise to $10.10 an hour by 2016 would give 16.5 million people a raise but cost about 500,000 jobs, Congress' nonpartisan analysts say.
AP's Oskar Garcia finds that with Paralympics less than three weeks away, Olympic Park and its venues not entirely barrier-free.
Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, is installing stoplights, road signs for the first time in effort to end traffic lawlessness.
City dwellers dealing with icicles, chunks of frozen snow raining down from skyscrapers. Architects say energy-efficient new buildings may be the worst.
A Michigan utility has welcomed a flock of visitors to the state's biggest power plant this winter. But they aren't all that personable.
Here's one: The odds of winning tonight's $400 million drawing, which are 1-in-175 million, don't change as the jackpot grows.
"The Tonight Show" drew 11.3 million viewers Monday night, but fell short of the 14.6 million when Jay Leno signed off Feb. 6.
The Journal Gazette contributed to this report.