10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today (all times EDT):
1. SUPREME COURT TO ISSUE OPINION THURSDAY ON OBAMA'S HEALTH CARE LAW
The outcome is likely to be a factor in the presidential campaign and help define John Roberts' legacy as chief justice.
2. ORRIN HATCH KEEPS THE TEA PARTY AT BAY
The Utah congressman wins his state's primary, but Rep. John Sullivan couldn't do the same in Oklahoma, losing to the conservative group's Jim Bridenstine.
3. NORA EPHRON HELPED BLAZE THE TRAIL FOR FEMALE FILMMAKERS
The screenwriter and director left behind a legacy in classic movie moments before she died of cancer at the age of 71.
4. EUROPE'S LEADERS WORK TOGETHER ON A SOLUTION TO ITS DEBT CRISIS
The leaders of the 27 countries in the European Union face a daunting task when they meet Thursday and Friday in Brussels.
5. HUNDREDS OF SECURITY EXPERTS SWARM TO LONDON FOR OLYMPICS
Not since World War II have Britain and the U.S. teamed up for such a massive security operation on British soil.
6. MATT SANDUSKY'S BIRTH MOTHER HAD CONCERNS ABOUT JERRY
Debra Long said she fought the court system over putting her son in the assistant football coach's home, but no one would listen to her.
7. NO DEFENSE PRESENTED FOR TERROR BOMB PLOT SUSPECT
Closing arguments start at 10 a.m. in the trial of the Saudi man accused of plotting terror bomb attacks on Americans, including former President George W. Bush's home in Dallas.
8. QUEEN MEETS WITH FORMER IRISH REPUBLICAN ARMY COMMANDER
The historic handshake is a symbolic milestone for Northern Ireland's peace process.
9. COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF WILL START IN 2014
A committee of university presidents has approved the plan for a four-team playoff.
10. MEDALS, WHAT MEDALS? LOCHTE BEATS PHELPS AGAIN
The two swimmers face off again today with preliminary heats at 11 a.m. and finals at 8 p.m.