Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. OKLAHOMA TORNADO FLATTENS NEIGHBORHOODS, KILLS DOZENS
At least 20 of the 51 victims of the storm were children caught in an elementary school in the eye of the storm, with a death toll expected to rise. An AP photographer said, "All I could see was destruction."
2. GEORGIA GRADUATION RATE DATA RELEASED TODAY
3. TEA PARTY GROUPS PLAN IRS PROTEST IN ATLANTA
While former IRS commissioner Douglas Shulman is testifying before a Senate committee about what he knew about the singling out of conservative groups, local tea party members will be protesting at the Georgia Capitol. Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to attend.
4. APPLE CEO TO BE GRILLED ON TAXES
A Senate panel says Apple Inc. is avoiding paying billions of dollars in U.S. taxes, but the world's most valuable company says it is complying with the laws and pays "an extraordinary amount" in taxes to the U.S. government. Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook is scheduled to testify Tuesday on Capitol Hill to explain the company's tax strategy.
5. DEPUTY ACCUSED OF DUI IN TROOPER CRASH
A Clayton County deputy refused a field sobriety test after striking a Georgia State Patrol officer's car in Riverdale.
6. YAHOO BUYS TUMBLR FOR $1.1 BILLION
David Karp dropped out of high school, then created Tumblr, which has been acquired by Yahoo in a blockbuster deal.
7. GEORGIA SUPREME COURT: FORECLOSURES TOO EASY
Foreclosures in Georgia are too easy, the state Supreme Court said Monday, but it added in a ruling that changing the process is up to the legislature and not the court.
She is the only witness in her defense as the Arizona jury decides whether to sentence her to death for stabbing and shooting her onetime boyfriend.
9. CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY GRADUATION
About 700 college students graduated Monday from Clark Atlanta University in southwest Atlanta, including two friends from "opposite sides of the world" named salutatorian and valedictorian. [Photos]
10. FOUNDING MEMBER OF THE DOORS DIES AT 74
Keyboardist Ray Manzarek helped form the seminal '60s band after meeting then-poet Jim Morrison in California.
-- The Associated Press and George Mathis contributed to this article.
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