Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. THOUSANDS RALLY FOR LABOR REFORMS
The workers paraded through Dhaka, Bangladesh, to demand safety at work after a garment factory building collapse that became the country's worst industrial disaster.
2. AGE FOR BUYERS OF MORNING-AFTER PILL LOWERED
The FDA says 15-year-olds can buy an over-the-counter brand, as long as cashiers check for proof of age.
3. OBAMA WEIGHS OPTIONS IN SYRIA
He says supplying weapons and ammunition to Syrian rebels is on the table -- but not unilateral action.
4. WHO WAS WATCHING THE ELDER BOSTON BOMBING SUSPECT
Russia put Tamerlan Tsarnaev under surveillance during his six-month visit to Dagestan.
5. VETERAN DEMOCRAT, EX-NAVY SEAL LINED UP FOR MASACHUSETTS SENATE RACE
U.S. Rep. Ed Markey will face Gabriel Gomez after winning their party primaries to fill the seat vacated by Secretary of State John Kerry.
6. WHAT THE FEDS FOUND IN SUSPICIOUS LETTERS SUSPECT'S TRASH
An affidavit says authorities found a dust mask and other items that tested positive for ricin.
7. NEWTOWN DAUGHTER CONFRONTS NH SENATOR ON GUN CONTROL
The daughter of the principal slain in the Connecticut massacre asked Republican Kelly Ayotte why she helped defeat a bill that would have required more stringent checks.
8. VENEZUELA LAWMAKERS THROW PUNCHES
Pro-government legislators got into a brawl that left at least one opposition member badly bleeding in an argument about a postelection ban that stripped the opposition of their powers.
9. THE PRICE OF WOUNDED KNEE
$4.9 million, says a South Dakota man who has given the Ogala Sioux Tribe until today to pay for a 40-acre parcel of the historic site of an 1890 Native American battle.
10. COLLINS CAME OUT, NOW HE NEEDS A JOB
Washington Wizard Jason Collins becomes a free agent on July 1, and experts say the NBA's interest in him will be a test of the effect of revealing he's gay.