Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. DAY 2 FOR GAY MARRIAGE IN SUPREME COURT: The justices will consider the law that prevents legally married gay couples from receiving a range of federal benefits.
2. PETRAEUS' MEA CULPA FOR EXTRAMARITAL AFFAIR: The former CIA chief and general says he deeply regrets "the circumstances that led me to my resignation" and "caused such pain for my family, friends and supporters."
3. HEALTH CARE REPORT COULD CAUSE OBAMA A HEADACHE: Insurers will pay an average of 32 percent more for medical claims on individual health policies under his overhaul, a study says.
4. RECORDS IN GABBY GIFFORDS' CASE BEING RELEASED: Hundreds of pages of police reports in the investigation of the Tucson shooting rampage that seriously wounded the former congresswoman mark the public's first glimpse into the documents.
5. NORTH KOREA RATCHETS UP TENSION: Pyongyang says it has cut off a key military hotline with South Korea that allows cross border travel to a jointly run industrial complex in the North.
6. WHAT THE "GANG OF EIGHT" ARE UP TO: Senators including John McCain and Charles Schumer tour the Arizona-Mexico border and will outline the latest on efforts to reform the nation's immigration policies and protect U.S. borders.
7. MIXED MARTIAL ARTS CATCHES EYE OF LAWMAKERS: Michigan is one of about a dozen states where amateur mixed martial arts shows are legal but unregulated and that may be about to change.
8. WHICH STATE HAS THE NATION'S TOUGHEST ABORTION LAW: North Dakota's governor signs a measure banning the procedure as early as six weeks into a pregnancy — any time a fetal heartbeat can be detected.
9. PANERA CHAIN TESTS PAY POLICY: Panera Bread testing pay-what-you-want policy in St. Louis.
10. HOW MISBEHAVING COACHES MAKE OUT: An AP review of infractions cases since 2000 found that some coaches who run afoul of NCAA rules fare better than others.
5 THINGS TO KNOW TODAY IN FLORIDA
1. FLORIDA LAWMAKERS SEEK TO OUTLAW "BONGS": A Florida House panel now is scheduled to discuss a proposed law that prohibits the sale of glass and other pipes known to be used for marijuana smoking and best known as "bongs." The Business and Professional Regulation subcommittee will discuss the bill on Wednesday.
2. FORMER FLORIDA GOP LEADER FACES SENTENCING: The former chair of the Republican Party of Florida is facing sentencing, completing the fall of a man who was once one of the most powerful political figures in the state. Jim Greer could face a prison sentence of 3-1/2 to 35 years when he goes before a judge Wednesday in Orlando.
3. FLORIDA BOARD OF GOVERNORS TO GET FAMU UPDATE: The board that oversees Florida's university system plans to discuss improvements being made at Florida A&M University. The Board of Governors will meet Wednesday and Thursday on FAMU's campus for its regularly scheduled meeting.
4. BUDGET CUTS CANCEL NAVY WEEK EVENTS IN TAMPA: The Navy has announced that some events during Navy Week have been cancelled due to government spending cuts. The Navy was counting on the Blue Angels acrobatic team to draw crowds. The Blue Angels appearances were curtailed by the automatic budget cuts known as sequestration.
5. REPUBLICANS GOT MONEY FROM NJ SWEEPSTAKES COMPANY: Another electronic sweepstakes company under fire has also given substantial money to Florida Republicans. Campaign finance records show that the Republican Party of Florida back in 2011 received a $50,000 check from VS2 Worldwide Communications. The company is one of a handful of defendants indicted in Ohio in connection with operating an illegal gambling ring.
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