Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Presidency says agreement reached between police and protesters to stop battles in Kiev that have killed scores, injured hundreds.
Annual spending gap has fallen sharply, lawmakers are tired of budget battles, and public has shifted its focus to issues like health care.
Story of Abeer al-Hassani, her ex-husband and three brothers provides rare look at one branch of the terror network.
Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama coming for a meeting. Visit could hurt already tense relations with China, which denounces him as a separatist.
Federal judge dismisses civil rights lawsuit brought by eight Muslims who alleged New York police discriminated based on religion, national origin, race.
Eviction hearing at American Indian tribal headquarters turns deadly. Police say tribe's leader among the victims.
Country expected to pass Japan, narrow gap with No. 1 Canada once 200,000 Fit hatchbacks a year are rolling off assembly line.
Democrats have always complained Obama doesn't do enough to help elect their candidates. This year, he has incentive: keep party's fragile Senate majority.
It wasn't as bad as last year, and the vaccine worked better, but children and young adults - not the elderly - were hit hardest because of swine flu.
Utah and Colorado, which already have low percentages of smokers, considering raising legal age to buy tobacco to 21.