Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The Muslim Brotherhood pushed for retaliation after security forces killed more than 50 supporters of Egypt's ousted president. | Congress divided on using aid to pressure Egypt
The top Democrats in two neighboring counties, along with the Republican who held the top post in Cobb, will decide whether DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis should stay in office as he fights 14 felony charges. | Ellis: “No plans” for stepping down | Key dates in the Ellis indictment
The Asiana Airlines flight dropped below the threshold for a safe landing speed about half a minute from the airport. | VIDEO: Investigation looks into pilots
Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight said they are recovering from their "ordeal." They hadn't appeared in public since police found them in a home where they said they were kidnapped and abused. | View video | Rescue photos
The Georgia youth detention center with the country’s highest proportion of reported claims of sexual contact between juveniles and staff is managed by a private company with a troubled history in other states.
The blaze that happened hours before the train derailed, killing at least 13, may have damaged the breaks. | MORE: Death toll sure to rise
Witnesses for both sides have testified that it was either George Zimmerman or Trayvon Martin screaming for help.
Although Georgia has embraced the controversial set of education standards called Common Core, students here might never take the national test tied to those standards. | ALSO: Common Core creates GOP flap
Three suitors courting the largest transportation project in state history are hoping their ideas will woo commuters at a series of public meetings this week. | CHART: Proposed toll roads
The "Three Wooden Crosses" country singer who has a string of recent arrests is now critically ill with a heart ailment. | VIDEO: His condition