Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. CLICK IT OR TICKET: A nationwide seat belt enforcement campaign begins today. Motorists beware: The crackdown continues for the next two weeks.
2. NAPLES GAS PRICES LESS THAN NATIONAL AVERAGE: Naples gas prices have dropped 36 cents per gallon within the last month.
3: SEASON’S FIRST TROPICAL EVENT NOT A THREAT TO LAND: Tropical Storm Alberto, off St. Augustine, Fla., is expected to stay offshore.
4. PHOTOS OF "RING OF FIRE" ECLIPSE: Millions of skywatchers in the western U.S. and Asia don special glasses to see the moon pass in front of the sun, creating a dramatic halo of light.
5. AFGHANISTAN TAKES CENTER STAGE AT NATO SUMMIT: At 10 a.m., Obama and fellow NATO leaders discuss their commitment to turning over combat missions to Afghan forces next year and ending the war in 2014. Chicago braces for more demonstrations.
6. 2,000 PEOPLE IN U.S. HAVE BEEN WRONGLY CONVICTED, THEN EXONERATED: That's according to the first national database of such cases involving serious crimes over the past 23 years.
7. HALF THE NATION'S OVERWEIGHT TEENS AT RISK FOR HEART DISEASE: New federal research finds they have unhealthy blood pressure, cholesterol or blood sugar levels that put them at risk for future heart problems.
8. ROBIN GIBB OF THE BEE GEES DIES AT 62: The singer whose falsetto voice gave a distinctive sound to such hits as "Stayin Alive" and "Night Fever" fought a long battle with cancer.
9. BABE RUTH'S 1920 YANKEES JERSEY FETCHES $4.4 MILLION AT AUCTION: That's a record for sports memorabilia, beating the previous record of $4.3 million for James Naismith's founding rules of basketball.
10. SAN ANTONIO SWEEPS L.A. CLIPPERS IN NBA PLAYOFFS: Tim Duncan leads the Spurs to a 102-99 victory that puts them in the Western Conference finals against the winner of the Lakers-Thunder series.