10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Detective Hilton Botha, who gave confusing testimony at the Olympian's bail hearing, is charged in a 2011 shooting that wounded seven.
The bomb struck a security checkpoint in Damascus near the ruling Baath party headquarters and the Russian Embassy.
Officials predicted more than a foot of snow and a storm to rival a February 2011 blizzard that killed more than two dozen people.
Boeing will propose a way to repair the faulty batteries that have kept the jets grounded for more than a month.
The AP's Anne Flaherty says Mandiant's report on China is a victory for the $30 billion a year computer security industry.
A medical coalition lists over 130 overused treatments, including repeated colonoscopies.
Obama is considering urging the Supreme Court to overturn California's gay marriage ban.
Health officials are releasing test results today of the Cecil Hotel's water after a woman's corpse was found in a cistern on the roof.
A study says adults get about 11 percent of their calories from fast food restaurants.
Sony says PS4 adds a touchpad, motion control and a "share" button, but wouldn't reveal a model.