Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
About 1 million people rallied in more than 80 cities as Confederations Cup games began; one protester was killed and least 40 were hurt.
Asian stock markets fell today and the Dow had its biggest drop of the year yesterday over concerns about the Fed's plans to cut its stimulus program.
The Senate agreed on a military-style surge to secure the U.S.-Mexican border, boosting momentum for passage of the overhaul.
James Comey was George W. Bush's No. 2 at the Justice Department, known for a 2004 standoff with the White house over warrantless wiretapping programs.
An inspector general says the company that conducted Edward Snowden's background check is under investigation.
Men. Most of the six women picked to hear the racially charged murder trial are white.
As many as 100,000 people face evacuation, and waters that caused mudslides and closed the Trans-Canada Highway were rising.
Indonesia has sent planes and helicopters to tamp down forest fires that are blamed for Singapore's three days of record-high air pollution.
LeBron James' 37 points led the Heat to a 95-88 Game 7 win over San Antonio and Miami's second straight championship.