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10 things to know for today

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. SECURITY CONCERNS AS MUSLIMS CELEBRATE EID

Millions began ushering in the end of Ramadan with prayers and feasts, while mortar rounds hit a district in Syria where Assad attended prayers.

2. APPEAL TO JUDGE FOR FORT HOOD DEFENDANT

Defense lawyers say Maj. Nidal Hasan is trying to get a death sentence while representing himself.

3. SHOOTING SPREE KILLS AT LEAST 4 IN TEXAS

Police say a man shot several people at two houses in the Dallas area and was taken into custody.

4. WHO WON POWERBALL JACKPOT

Three tickets—two from New Jersey and one from Minnesota—matched the winning numbers for the $448 million drawing.

(Read more: Stores that sold winning Powerball tickets lure crowds)

5. PENTAGON MAY GRANT BENEFITS TO SAME-SEX COUPLES

The AP obtains a memo that would allow same-sex spouses of military members to receive access to health and welfare programs, but wouldn't cover unmarried partners.

6. SNOWDEN FINAL STRAW IN US-RUSSIA RELATIONS

Obama backed out of a summit with Putin after failing to reach agreement on several disputes including Syria, global security and American adoption of Russian children.

(Read more: Pres. Obama cancels Putin meeting)

7. SUSPECTED ABDUCTOR HAD CRUSH ON CALIF. TEEN

Friends of the 16-year-old kidnapped girl say the man wanted in the death of her mother had said he would date the teen if they were the same age.

8. RAGING WILDFIRE HAMPERS EVACUATION

The southern California blaze blocked both ends of a highway, temporarily trapping some deputies and residents trying to evacuate.

9. THE SAFEST SMALL CAR TO CRASH IN

A safety group gave the two- and four-door Honda Civic models high marks in front-end crash tests. The Nissan Sentra and two Kia models rated "poor."

10. UNION APPEALS A-ROD PENALTY

Baseball's players association sent Rodriguez' 211-game suspension to an independent arbitrator.

(Read more: Yankees' A-Rod suspended for 211 regular season games)

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