A look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Athens' eurozone creditors demand it submit a firm proposal by Thursday and the country faces a full E.U. summit of 28 nations on Sunday while immediate relief to its cash woes doesn't seem in sight.
Enemy commanders say it's the extremists' elite shock troops: fanatical and disciplined, they infiltrate the cities of Iraq and Syria, unleash mayhem and fight to the death.
The loyalty of the comedian's fans and famous friends faces a test after newly unsealed court documents revealed that he has admitted to giving at least one woman quaaludes before sex.
The revelation is the latest dramatic twist in a tragic case that has become a new flashpoint in the country's debate over immigration policies.
An $18 million plan to be unveiled Wednesday will allow judges to instead require that people accused of certain crimes be monitored while they wait for their trial, the AP learns.
Francis will visit the elderly and give a pep talk to local priests in Ecuador before flying to Bolivia.
The Senate votes to take it down, but some are quietly seeking ways to preserve some kind of symbol honoring their Southern ancestors.
A German national, Robert Grund, wants to help establish the first kindergarten for children with hearing impairments in the nation's capital.
Aficionados are hoping to transform the so-called "rice wine" into the next artisan alcohol-of-the-moment in America.
The move is intended to help the pageant rebound from fallout caused by Donald Trump's criticism of Mexican immigrants.