Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

  • 1

    COURT RULES ON BAIL FOR PISTORIUS

    A magistrate grants bail allowing the double-amputee athlete to be freed from custody pending his trial in the shooting death of his girlfriend.

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  • 2

    DREW PETERSON GETS 38 YEARS IN PRISON

    The sentence comes in an Illinois court after the ex-cop angrily denies killing his third wife.

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  • 3

    SOME TROOPS MAY BE SUFFERING FROM `MORAL INJURIES'

    Symptoms include deep shame, guilt and rage from having done something, or failed to stop something that violates their moral code.

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  • 4

    EGYPT'S ISLAMIST PRESIDENT CALLS FOR NEW ELECTIONS

    Mursi's call for 4-stage parliamentary balloting comes against the backdrop of a divided country.

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  • 5

    WHO'S NOT BENEFITING FROM FLU SHOTS

    This year's vaccine is proving startlingly ineffective in protecting older Americans - the most vulnerable age group.

  • 6

    MASSIVE STORM THREATENS MORE STATES

    A major snowstorm promises a messy Upper Midwest commute after shuttering Missouri airports and blanketing Kansas.

  • 7

    GOVERNMENT SHRINKS AMID GOP DEMAND FOR MORE CUTS

    The recent downsizing is most pronounced at the state and local levels on payroll, equipment, buildings and other core functions.

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  • 8

    DRAMATIC CAR CHASE SHOOTOUT ON THE VEGAS STRIP

    Police hunt for a Range Rover that set off the fiery crash that left 3 people killed.

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  • 9

    SCIENTISTS' PRESCRIPTION TO BATTLE A SLITHERY ENEMY

    Dead mice laced with the active ingredient in Tylenol to be unleashed in Guam's jungle canopy to fight the brown tree snake.

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  • 10

    GOODBYE WALLETS? COLLEGE TESTS FINGERPRINT PURCHASING

    Users scan their fingers with a device that recognizes their prints and detects hemoglobin in the blood at two South Dakota campus shops.