Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today (times EDT):
1. MINORITIES NOW SURPASS WHITES IN U.S. BIRTHS
New census figures show that, for the first time, racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half the children born in the U.S.
2. OBAMA WILL USE NATO SUMMIT TO HELP TO PAY FOR AFGHAN ARMY
At this weekend's meetings in Chicago, the president will ask world leaders to help foot the $4 billion-a-year cost of building an Afghan army to defend the country after international troops pull out.
3. CLOSING ARGUMENTS IN JOHN EDWARDS CORRUPTION TRIAL
At 9 a.m., prosecutors and defense attorneys make their final pitches on whether the former presidential candidate broke campaign finance laws to hide an affair with his pregnant mistress.
4. NO CAUSE RELEASED IN DEATH OF ROBERT F. KENNEDY'S ESTRANGED WIFE
An autopsy is scheduled today for 52-year-old Mary Richardson Kennedy, who was found dead at the family's New York estate. She had battled drug and alcohol problems.
5. ARMY LAUNCHES REVIEW OF PTSD DIAGNOSES
The action was triggered by revelations that some diagnoses of post-traumatic stress syndrome may have been reversed based on the cost of providing care.
6. CLEMENS ACCUSER RETURNS FOR A FOURTH DAY ON THE STAND
At 9 a.m., Clemens' lawyer will get another chance to cross-examine Brian McNamee after suggesting the trainer made up his account of injecting the pitching great with performance enhancing drugs.
7. DOCTORS ARE DITCHING THE OLD PAPER PRESCRIPTION PAD
More than a third of the prescriptions in the U.S. are now electronic — a trend the government has been encouraging because it can be safer for patients.
8. MYANMAR FOREIGN MINISTER MEETS WITH SECRETARY OF STATE CLINTON
The 1:30 p.m. meeting comes as the U.S. plans to ease economic sanctions on the impoverished country for rights abuses and suppression of democracy.
9. SOLAR ECLIPSE WILL BE VISIBLE FROM CHINA TO TEXAS
The best views of the so-called "ring of fire" eclipse will be Sunday afternoon in the Western U.S. and around dawn Monday in parts of China, Taiwan and Japan.
10. FOOTBALL GIANTS PICK UP THEIR SUPER BOWL RINGS
Eli Manning and his New York Giants teammates are now flashing Tiffany's-designed rings featuring white gold and sapphires surrounding the NY logo.