Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. SUPREME COURT ENDORSES COLLECTION OF DNA
Along with fingerprints and mug shots, police will now be able to take DNA swabs from anyone they arrest for a serious crime.
2. FORT HOOD SUSPECT WILL REPRESENT HIMSELF
The defendant plans a "defense of others" strategy. He may argue he was protecting fellow Muslims in Afghanistan from soldiers preparing to deploy from the Texas Army post.
3, WHERE SOME WIKILEAKS DOCUMENTS ALLEGEDLY LANDED
Military secrets revealed by Pfc. Bradley Manning were eventually funneled to bin Laden himself, prosecutors allege as the soldier's trial begins.
4. HOUSE GOP SEEKS TO BLOCK OBAMA FROM CLOSING GUANTANAMO
The Republicans' strategy centers on barring the transfer of terror suspects to the U.S. or a foreign country such as Yemen.
5. WHEN STORM CHASERS' LUCK RUNS OUT
The deaths in Oklahoma of three tornado researchers underscore the risks of getting too close to violent storms.
6. MEDICAL CRISIS EMERGES IN SYRIA
Hundreds of people wounded in the civil war need to be evacuated for treatment — but regime forces are barring their exit, a leading doctor says.
7. WHAT'S BEHIND THE PROTESTS IN TURKEY
Demonstrators fear that Prime Minister Erdogan is forcing his conservative Islamic outlook on secular Turks.
8. ISRAEL'S PLAN FOR AFRICAN IMMIGRANTS
The government wants to send thousands of the migrants — part of an influx of tens of thousands in recent years — to an unidentified country.
9. THE GLITTER THAT CAUGHT A PYTHON HUNTER'S EYE
Deep in the Florida Everglades near the site of two airplane crashes, a man finds a gold pendant that may have fallen from the sky.
10. WHY SUNSCREEN MAY MAKE YOU LOOK BETTER
A study finds that those who use sunscreen regularly have younger-looking skin.