Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. OBAMA DEFENDS SURVEILLANCE AMID GLOBAL UPROAR
The administration has no plans to shelve the controversial collection of records revealed by an NSA contract worker.
2. POLICE USE TEAR GAS TO MOVE TURKEY PROTESTERS
Some activists lobbed fireworks and stones at hundreds of police who pushed through barricades to scatter people who have occupied an Istanbul park for more than a week.
3. FIRST VOTES SET ON IMMIGRATION
While the Senate prepared for procedural votes to allow debate to move forward, senators prepared amendments on border security and health care.
4. US DROPS OPPOSITION TO AGE LIMITS FOR MORNING-AFTER PILL
The Obama administration said it would drop its appeal to the judge's order to make emergency contraception available to girls of all ages.
5. JOURNALIST WHO BROKE NSA STORY DOESN'T HIDE HIS OPINION
The Guardian's Glenn Greenwald has argued in three books that the government tramples on personal rights and called the collection of phone records "rampant abuse."
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