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GOP lawmakers clamor for Sebelius to quit.  The Health and Human Services chief pushes back, noting at a hearing that the health care overhaul "passed both houses of Congress" and was "upheld by the Supreme Court." By Alexander Schuster GOP lawmakers clamor for Sebelius to quit. The Health and Human Services chief pushes back, noting at a hearing that the health care overhaul "passed both houses of Congress" and was "upheld by the Supreme Court." By Alexander Schuster
Tests back claim that Arafat was poisoned.  Swiss scientists say they've found evidence that the Palestinian leader was killed with a radioactive substance. By Carlos Otero Tests back claim that Arafat was poisoned. Swiss scientists say they've found evidence that the Palestinian leader was killed with a radioactive substance. By Carlos Otero
What could derail talks on Iran's nuclear program.  The White House is trying to tamp down an effort in Congress to impose new sanctions on the Iranians. By AFP What could derail talks on Iran's nuclear program. The White House is trying to tamp down an effort in Congress to impose new sanctions on the Iranians. By AFP
Twitter sets IPO share price at $26.  The company's public debut Thursday is the most highly anticipated since Facebook's in 2012. By Carlos Otero Twitter sets IPO share price at $26. The company's public debut Thursday is the most highly anticipated since Facebook's in 2012. By Carlos Otero
Who's turning weapons into scrap?  Exiting Afghanistan, the U.S. military is trashing tons of equipment that if left intact could fall into the hands of insurgents. By Brendan Marks Who's turning weapons into scrap? Exiting Afghanistan, the U.S. military is trashing tons of equipment that if left intact could fall into the hands of insurgents. By Brendan Marks

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

1. GOP LAWMAKERS CLAMOR FOR SEBELIUS TO QUIT

   The Health and Human Services chief pushes back, noting at a hearing that the health care overhaul "passed both houses of Congress" and was "upheld by the Supreme Court."

2. TESTS BACK CLAIM THAT ARAFAT WAS POISONED

   Swiss scientists say they've found evidence that the Palestinian leader was killed with a radioactive substance.

3. WHAT COULD DERAIL TALKS ON IRAN'S NUCLEAR PROGRAM

   The White House is trying to tamp down an effort in Congress to impose new sanctions on the Iranians.

4. TWITTER SETS IPO SHARE PRICE AT $26

   The company's public debut Thursday is the most highly anticipated since Facebook's in 2012.

5. WHO'S TURNING WEAPONS INTO SCRAP

   Exiting Afghanistan, the U.S. military is trashing tons of equipment that if left intact could fall into the hands of insurgents.

6. HOLD ON TO YOUR (HARD) HAT

   A study finds that meteors like the one that exploded over Russia are up to seven times likelier to strike Earth than scientists had thought.

7. WHY A HIJACKER HAS COME HOME

   An American who took control of a domestic flight in 1984 to get to Cuba returns to the U.S., hoping to get credit for the 13 years he's already served in prison.

8. NEWSWOMAN SEEKS HELP FOR ALCOHOL DEPENDENCY

   ABC says veteran anchor and reporter Elizabeth Vargas is in a treatment facility.

9. IN SWEDEN, FEMINIST-FRIENDLY MOVIE RATINGS

   To get an "A," a film must have at least two named female characters who talk to each other about something other than a man.

10. DOLPHINS COACH TAKING HEAT

   Hazing allegations raise questions about whether Joe Philbin and his staff were negligent in failing to stop the behavior.

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