Jason Collins #98 of the Boston Celtics takes a break in the game against the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center on November 15, 2012 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. NBA'S JASON COLLINS MAKES HISTORY
"I didn't set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I'm happy to start the conversation."
2. WHAT'S NEXT FOR BANGLADESH FACTORY WORKERS
Some survivors of the collapse pledge to never work in the garment industry again, but many will return. The choices are just too few.
3. SYRIA'S PRIME MINISTER NARROWLY SURVIVES ASSASINATION ATTEMPT
The bombing killed several other people and highlights an accelerating campaign targeting government officials.
4. WHERE TO GET A CAFFEINE JOLT
Food manufacturers have added caffeine to gum, candy, nuts and other snack foods in recent years, and now the FDA is investigating.
5. HOW THE SOCIAL SECURITY TAX INCREASE AFFECTED THE ECONOMY
Very little. The government says consumer spending is up in the January-March quarter.
6. AMPUTEE SETS GRUELING MILESTONE
Sgt. 1st Class Greg Robinson, who lost part of his right leg in Afghanistan, has completed Army air assault school.
7. REPORT DOUBLES SOMALI FAMINE DEATHS
Some 260,000 have died, with half of them 5 years old and under, says a Western official briefed on the report, which is due out this week.
8. NEXT WEAPONS IN `SUPERBUG' BATTLE
Hospitals turn to robots that emit UV light or hydrogen peroxide vapors, as well as other high-tech approaches to fight infections.
9. HITTING NEW HIGHS
Technology companies lead Standard & Poor's 500 index to an all-time closing high of 1,593.61.
10. COMPETING PORTRAITS OF JACKSON EMERGE
Lawyers for the pop star's mother call him a loving son and father, while an attorney for concert giant AEG Live said "no one, nobody, knew his deepest darkest secrets."
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