10 things to know for today

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

1. MOM: HOSPITAL STEREOTYPING MY SICK SON

Premium content: About a month ago, Anthony Stokes was a 15-year-old who enjoyed playing basketball. Then came the sleep troubles and the stomachaches. When the chest pains started, his mother took him to the hospital. | VIDEO: Family fights for son's transplant

Explore2. 'THIS DAY OF RECKONING HAS BEEN A LONG TIME IN COMING'

Feared Boston mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger is convicted for his part in 11 murders, after 16 years on the run. | VIDEO: Boston resident to Bulger: 'Pay the price'

Explore3. DETAILS EMERGE IN HANNAH ANDERSON ABDUCTION

James Lee DiMaggio, who kidnapped the 16-year-old, apparently fired the first shot in the showdown with FBI agents who killed him. | VIDEO: Sheriff: Victim 'in every sense of the word' | MORE: Man killed in Idaho mirrored father's actions

4. MEMOIR BRINGS ‘MARCH’ TO NEW AUDIENCE

Premium content: Funny how some things are born. One moment, Rep. John Lewis' staff is laughing at the idea of one of his aides attending a comic book convention. And the next, the Georgia Democratic congressman and the aide, Andrew Aydin, are co-writing a comic book detailing Lewis' role in the civil rights marches and demonstrations of the 1960s. | SPECIAL SECTION: March on Washington 50th anniversary

Explore5. WHY EGYPTIAN POLICE SCRAPPED PLANS TO EVICT PROTESTERS

Security forces decided against dispersing the crowds, fearing a "massacre" after ousted president Morsi's supporters flooded into two protest camps. | MORE: Key events in Egypt's uprising and unrest

6. SCHOOL CHARTER 'CLUSTER' VOTE COULD BE MODEL

Premium content: For the first time in Georgia, parents and teachers will decide whether to convert a group of public schools into an autonomous "cluster" of charter schools, potentially setting a precedent to be copied in other areas.

Explore7. BILLIONAIRE PUTS THE 'HYPE' IN 'HYPERLOOP'

After dropping hints for more than a year, Elon Musk unveils a concept for high-speed travel akin to the pneumatic tubes that transport capsules stuffed with paperwork in older buildings. | VIDEO: Billionaire lifts lid on "Hyperloop" futuristic transport

Explore8. WHAT'S WRONG WITH STOP-AND-FRISK IN NYC

A judge says at least 200,000 stops were made without reasonable suspicion, the necessary legal benchmark. | VIDEO: NYPD's "Stop and frisk" ruled unconstitutional | MORE: NYPD wrongly targeted minorities, judge rules

Explore9. RACE CLAIMS DROPPED FROM PAULA DEEN LAWSUIT

A judge rules a white former restaurant manager has no standing; sexual harassment claims remain. | VIDEO: Paula Deen turns down 'Dancing With the Stars'

10. HOLDER CALLS FOR FEWER FEDERAL INMATES

Premium content: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. wants to focus on violent, career criminals especially in regards to drug-related crimes to decrease inmates overloading an expensive federal prison system.