Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. DEADLY PROTESTS IN UKRAINE
Thousands of police move on the protest camp in Kiev, setting tents on fire as demonstrators fight back with rocks and bats. Street clashes leave 18 dead and hundreds injured.
2. VENEZUELA'S OPPOSITION LEADER SURRENDERS TO POLICE
Leopoldo Lopez says he doesn't fear jail, and hopes his arrest raises awareness of corruption and economic troubles he blames on 15 years of socialism.
3. FREE TRADE BILLS MAKE STRANGE BEDFELLOWS
Obama finds an ally in the House Speaker Boehner as he seeks quick passage of major deals with Europe and Asia.
4. WHERE IRAN DRAWS THE LINE
Iran says it won't scrap any of its nuclear facilities, rejecting a key demand in its negotiations with six other countries over its nuclear program.
5. GEORGIA NUCLEAR PLANT REMAINS ON TRACK
The Energy Department is set to approve $6.5 billion in federal loan guarantees for the plant — the first to be built in the U.S. in more than 30 years.
6. WHAT MIGHT GO DOWN IF WAGES GO UP
Raising the federal minimum wage would boost income and lift almost a million people above the poverty level, but could cost 500,000 jobs, the Congressional Budget Office says.
7. 'I'M THE VICTIM HERE'
Michael Dunn, convicted of attempted murder in a fatal shooting over loud music in Florida, was recorded on a jailhouse phone telling his fiancee that he had acted only in self-defense.
8. TAKING THE HONOR OUT OF HONOR GUARD
A photo posted to a social media site of soldiers goofing off around a flag-draped coffin with the caption "We put the FUN in funeral" sets off a firestorm.
9. WHEN LOTTERY FEVER WILL SPIKE
Wednesday's Powerball jackpot is $400 million — and growing.
10. AFTER WAVE OF UPSETS, A FAVORITE COMES THROUGH AT SOCHI
American David Wise, the reigning king of the sport, wins gold in halfpipe skiing.