Published: 06:03 EDT, 20 February 2015 | Updated: 06:04 EDT, 20 February 2015
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. LATEST SNOWDEN LEAK DETAILS GOVERNMENT HACKING
The NSA helped Britain steal codes from a data chip manufacturer, allowing both governments to spy on mobile phones worldwide, the documents reportedly show.
FILE - In this Aug. 9, 2008 file photo, a woman and boy stand near Coca-Cola vending machines on the Olympic Green at the 2008 Beijing Olympics in Beijing. When beverage giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo turned in their quarterly results last week, both blamed the dollar for cutting into their profits because, like most U.S. corporations, they rely on overseas sales. (AP Photo/Peter Morgan, file)
2. UKRAINE SAYS REBEL ATTACKS CONTINUE DESPITE CEASE-FIRE
Separatist fighters fire on Ukrainian positions nearly 50 times over the past day, a Ukrainian military spokesman says.
3. CAR BOMB IN EASTERN LIBYA KILLS AT LEAST 30
No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, which seems to bear the hallmarks of Islamic militants who have battled the army for months in and around the eastern city of Benghazi.
4. GOVERNORS JOCKEY BEHIND CLOSED DOORS AS 2016 LOOMS
A three-day gathering beginning Friday in Washington will give a select group of state executives a chance to work in private to improve their White House prospects.
5. ARREST IN ROAD-RAGE KILLING OF LAS VEGAS MOTHER
The 19-year-old suspect is a neighbor who had a history with the family before the shooting, police say.
6. WHICH CONTINENT HOLDS KEY TO MANKIND'S FUTURE
Clues to answering humanity's most basic questions are locked in Antarctica - a continental freezer the size of the United States and half of Canada.
7. WHAT HURTS U.S. CORPORATE EARNINGS
For some global corporations, the surging U.S. dollar means the difference between a profit and a loss.
8. 'PARKS AND RECREATION' WRITER-PRODUCER DIES
Harris Wittels, 30, was found dead of a possible drug overdose at his Los Angeles home, police say.
9. BEST BETS FOR BEST PICTURE
"Birdman" will win the Oscar on Sunday, AP Film Writer Jake Coyle predicts. But his colleague Lindsey Bahr is picking "Boyhood."
10. WHO UNVEILS NEW EDUCATION INITIATIVE
In a nod to the often overlooked science behind races, NASCAR announces a commitment to promote "STEM" — the buzzword for science, technology, engineering and math — inside classrooms and out.
In this Jan. 27, 2015 photo, penguins walk on the shore of Bahia Almirantazgo in Antarctica. Antarctica ¿is big and it¿s changing and it affects the rest of the planet and we can¿t afford to ignore what¿s going on down there,¿ said David Vaughan, science director of the British Antarctic Survey. (AP Photo/Natacha Pisarenko)
Kids get to experience what its like behind the wheel of a race car at the NASCAR Acceleration Nation interactive display at Daytona International Speedway, Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Students who like NASCAR take note: You need a lot of geometry and physics to get a race car to go 200 laps at speeds that can top 200 mph. In a nod to the often overlooked science behind races like Sunday¿s Daytona 500, NASCAR is announcing a yearslong commitment to promote ¿STEM¿ in classrooms. STEM is the buzzword for science, technology, engineering and math. (AP Photo/John Raoux)
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