According to the Associated Press, here are 10 things you should now today.

  • 1

    THE BREAKDOWNS BEHIND THE BENGHAZI ATTACK

    A panel says State Department leadership failures caused "grossly inadequate" security at the embassy in Libya.

  • 2

    A GLIMPSE INTO KILLER'S TROUBLED MIND

    Hair stylists say Adam Lanza never spoke or looked at anyone, and was always accompanied by his mother.

  • 3

    WHAT OBAMA IS DOING TO DEAL WITH GUN VIOLENCE

    Obama appointed Vice President Joe Biden to make curbing gun attacks a key administration priority.

  • 4

    A DARING ESCAPE FROM A CHICAGO JAIL

    Police say the two bank robbers shimmied down a 20-story skyscraper using a makeshift rope. The men are still at large.

  • 5

    A COOL RECEPTION FOR BOEHNER'S PLAN B

    The White House, Democratic leaders and conservatives object to the plan that would raise taxes for those who earn over $1 million a year.

  • 6

    WHO STASHED A FORTUNE AWAY IN HIS GARAGE

    Walter Samaszko Jr. left $7.4 million in gold coins in his Nevada home after he died, and bequeathed the money to a distant cousin.

  • 7

    INSTAGRAM BACKTRACKS AFTER BACKLASH

    The photo-sharing service abandons a policy that suggested users' photos could appear in advertisements.

  • 8

    HOW NBC KEPT A CORRESPONDENT'S ABDUCTION IN SYRIA A SECRET

    The network persuaded major news organizations to hold back on the story until correspondent Richard Engel was safely across the border.

  • 9

    4 DEAD IN COLORADO HOURS AFTER A GUNMAN'S RELEASE

    Police say David Sanchez got out of jail on domestic violence charges and shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, her two family members and himself.

  • 10

    WHO'S FIGHTING OVER THE BUDWEISER NAME

    A small brewer has been in in court since 1906 with Anheuser-Busch over the right to put the word Budweiser on bottles in the Czech Republic.