1. A VOTE TO AVOID DEBT CRISIS
The House is expected to vote Wednesday to let the government
borrow enough to pay three months' worth of bills.
2. NETANYAHU SCRAMBLES TO RETAIN POWER IN ISRAEL
The elections ended in a deadlock in parliament, making it more
difficult for the prime minister to form a new coalition to stay in office.
3. CLINTON FINALLY FACES CONGRESS
The secretary of state testifies about the Sept. 11 attack on
the Libya diplomatic mission that killed a U.S. ambassador.
4. WHAT JOBS AREN'T COMING BACK AFTER RECESSION
An AP analysis finds millions of middle-class jobs are
disappearing, replaced by technology.
5. TEXAS COLLEGE GUNFIRE SPARKS FEARS OF MASS SHOOTING
Three people were wounded at the Houston-area college and one
of the wounded was charged with assault.
6. GENERAL CLEARED IN EMAIL INQUIRY
The Pentagon reviewed more up to 30,000 pages of emails
between Gen. John Allen and a Tampa socialite, but found no misconduct.
7. WHO MIGHT LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION
British Prime Minister David Cameron says that if his party
wins the next election he'll let voters decide whether to leave the EU.
8. THE COLDEST PLACE IN THE U.S.
Temperatures in Embarrass, Minn., rose to 15 below on Tuesday
night from 36 below zero the day before as a deep freeze moved east.
9. LISTEN UP: BEYONCE GOES SILENT WHEN ASKED ABOUT LIP
Questions swirl about whether the singer's voice was
pre-recorded for her rendition of the national anthem.
10. SERENA'S GRAND SLAM REIGN ENDS
Williams' loss in the Australian Open quarterfinals to
teenager Sloane Stephens was her first defeat in a major since last year's