Your daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. POLICE FIND TESTOSTERONE, NEEDLES AT PISTORIUS' HOME
The suggestion that the Olympian double-amputee could have used performance-enhancing drugs came at his bail hearing for the killing of his girlfriend.
2. U.S. TO IMPOSE SANCTIONS FOR CYBERESPIONAGE
Obama’s get-tough tactics on China could include fines, penalties and other trade restrictions.
3. HOW ‘UNIT 61398’ OPERATES
The group believed to have orchestrated a U.S. hacking operation from Shanghai recruits from universities and favors English-language skills.
4. GAS EXPLOSION TAKES OUT KANSAS CITY BLOCK
Cadaver dogs are searching through the rubble of a restaurant for bodies. More than a dozen people were injured.
5. GENERAL IN PETRAEUS SCANDAL RETIRES
Marine Gen. John Allen, who cited his wife’s health, had appeared a shoo-in to be the next commander of allied forces in Europe.
6. GREECE GOES ON STRIKE
Unions planned a 24-hour walkout against austerity measures, while unemployment soars to nearly 30 percent in the financially troubled country.
7. WHAT COLLEGE RAISED $1 BILLION IN A YEAR
Stanford University set a new fundraising record, ranking first in an annual survey for the eighth straight year.
8. POLICE ID GUNMAN IN CALIFORNIA RAMPAGE THAT LEFT 4 DEAD
The shooter was an unemployed, 20-year-old part-time student who lived with his parents.
9. BRITAIN SLAMS NOVELIST FOR CALLING KATE A ‘PLASTIC PRINCESS’
Prime Minister David Cameron blasted Hilary Mantel for a speech calling the wife of Prince William “a jointed doll on which certain rags were hung.”
10. HOW FIFTH-GRADERS CENTER THEMSELVES
The suburban Philadelphia students sit on brightly colored yoga balls, which teachers say let children naturally fidget without disrupting class.