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Published: 8/5/2013

10 Things to Know for Today: 8-05

ASSOCIATED PRESS

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

1. ‘CHATTER’ ABOUT TERROR THREATS KEEPS EMBASSIES CLOSED

Diplomatic posts in 19 cities in Egypt, Libya and other Muslim countries will remain shut through Saturday.

2. MLB SUSPENSIONS COMING DOWN FOR A-ROD, OTHERS

Rodriguez is expected to be suspended for 2014, and 13 other players are facing discipline today for their ties to performance-enhancing drugs.

3. U.S. OFFICIAL MEETS WITH JAILED ISLAMIST

Deputy Secretary of State met with the deputy head of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, where envoys are trying to mediate a standoff with the military.

4. SUSPECT JAILED IN LA HIT-AND-RUN

Surveillance video showed a car pausing to look at the Venice Beach boardwalk, then accelerating into the crowd, killing an Italian woman on her honeymoon.

5. US MILITARY HELICOPTER CRASHES IN OKINAWA

Four crew members were on board when the rescue chopper went down at a U.S. base.

6. CLOSING ARGUMENTS IN WHITEY BULGER CASE

Prosecutors will need to make the case based on testimony of gangsters-turned-informants against the 83-year-old Bulger.

7. SERVING UP A $330,000 BURGER

British scientists say they have grown the burger in a laboratory from stem cells of cattle.

8. CALIF. GOVERNOR AVERTS TRANSIT STRIKE

Jerry Brown invoked a law that allows the state to intervene in a second planned transit strike in San Francisco.

9. CBS AND TIME WARNER APPEAL TO VIEWERS IN BLACKOUT

The network and cable company are printing full-page ads making their case to the public after Time Warner pulled the network from cities serving 3 million customers.

10. PRINCE WILLIAM ON DIAPER DUTY

After playing a charity polo match with Prince Harry, he said he had to pick up some more “nappies” on the way home for newborn Prince George.



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