Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. SEARCH FOR ANSWERS AFTER BOSTON MARATHON BOMBINGS: No one claimed responsibility for the two explosions that killed three and wounded more than 140, but the president vowed to "find out who did this."
2. WORLD'S CITIES ON EDGE: Cities from Los Angeles to London see a surge in security and police were monitoring landmarks, government buildings and sporting events.
3. ANOTHER MARATHON ENDS, 'THEN I HEARD THE FIRST BLAST': AP Sports Writer Jimmy Golen, covering his 18th Boston Marathon, says he saw a bloody, chaotic scene shortly after the explosions rocked the finish line.
4. A MERIT VISA IN NEW IMMIGRATION BILL: The visa in the plan being presented to the Senate this week would aim to bring talented workers to the U.S.
5. A DEMAND FROM NORTH KOREA: Pyongyang issued an ultimatum for an apology from South Korea for "hostile acts" and threatened unspecified retaliatory action.
6. OBAMA SCOURS SENATE FOR GUN CONTROL SUPPORT: Republican opposition is growing to a proposal to expand background checks for firearms buyers.
7. ATTACKS IN IRAQ BEAR HALLMARKS OF AL-QAIDA: A series of deadly car bombs appears aimed at sowing fear days before the first elections since U.S. troops withdrew.
8. WHAT WAS FOUND ON ASSAULTED TEEN: Audrie Pott's family attorney says her attackers wrote and drew on intimate parts of her body.
9. WHY WALL STREET WAS SPOOKED: The stock market had its worst day of the year, trigged by fears of an economic slowdown in China.
10. A SECOND COMING-OUT FOR BASKETBALL GREAT'S SON: Earvin Johnson III, Magic Johnson's 20-year-old son, said he revealed to his supportive family years ago that he was gay.
5 THINGS TO KNOW TODAY IN FLORIDA
1. FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANY TO ADD JOBS IN TAMPA: A financial services company has chosen Tampa for an expansion that's expected to create up to 255 new jobs. The Depository Trust & Clearing Corp. said Monday that it's investing $4.8 million in its only Florida campus as part of its long-term expansion strategy. The expansion is the company's first in the region since opening its New Tampa facility nine years ago.
2. THIRD SUSPECT IN HAZING CASE TO ENTER PLEA: A third defendant charged with the hazing death of a Florida A&M drum major is pleading guilty in an Orlando courtroom. Caleb Jackson's attorney says his client plans to plead guilty to manslaughter and felony hazing Tuesday at the Orange County Courthouse.
3. GOP SENATOR ACCUSES FELLOW SENATOR OF BREAKING LAW: A top Republican legislator is accusing a fellow senator of flouting a state law that requires a legislator to live in their district. Sen. Jack Latvala, R-Clearwater, is raising questions about where Sen. Maria Sachs, D-Delray Beach, actually lives. Sachs in a statement said that she has fully met the requirements for legal residency in her district.
4. SENATE PANEL OKs BILL PROMOTING MORE NURSING HOMES: A Florida Senate panel on Monday advanced a bill aimed at relaxing state rules to allow more nursing homes to be built in large retirement havens. Backed by The Villages, a sprawling retirement community with more than 100,000 residents northwest of Orlando, the legislation aims to carve out exemptions to a long-standing limit on new nursing homes in a state known as a magnet for the elderly.
5. CARNIVAL SAYS IT WILL PAY U.S. FOR DISABLED SHIPS: Carnival Corp. said Monday it will repay the U.S. government an unspecified amount for the costs to taxpayers of responses to disabling accidents on its Triumph and Splendor cruise ships, both of which left thousands of passengers stranded at sea for days. The world's largest cruise line company said the payments were being made voluntarily to the U.S. Treasury Department.
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