1. MORE TROUBLE IN THE U.S. NUCLEAR ARSENAL
Air Force officials tell The AP that twice this year, officers entrusted missile launch keys left a blast door intended to help stop intruders open.
2. AP REVIEW FINDS HEALTH WEBSITE DEVELOPERS RAISED RED FLAGS
Meanwhile, the White House says President Obama's longtime adviser will provide management advice to help fix the system.
3. WHY HIRING IS LIKELY TO REMAIN SLOW
"Companies are not feeling confident enough to expand, to hire, to invest," said an economist at BNP Paribas. "They're just sitting on the sidelines, being cautious, and watching all these headlines from Washington."
4. LIBYA FALLS DEEPER INTO ANARCHY
Rival Islamist and Western-backed factions are melding with the country's dizzying array of militias, turning political feuds into armed conflict.
5. APPLE UNVEILS THINNER, LIGHTER IPAD
The company's market chief says the iPad Air is eight times faster than the original and it weighs just 1 pound.
6. POLICE SAY NEVADA SCHOOL SHOOTER GOT GUN FROM HOME
Authorities are working to determine how the boy obtained the handgun and say his parents are cooperating.
7. SAUDI CLERICS HOLD RARE PROTEST
The senior religious leaders say the U.S. is behind fresh efforts by women seeking the right to drive.
8. WHY YOUR NEXT CAR WILL PROBABLY BE WHITE
The variety of flat shades to creamy pearls is helping to make it the world's favorite automotive color.
9. THE NEW IDEA FLOATING ABOUT SPACE TOURISM
An Arizona-based company announces plans to send people up 19 miles in a capsule, lifted by a high-altitude balloon.
10. WHAT CURT SCHILLING EXPECTS IN THE FALL CLASSIC
The ex-Red Sox pitcher expects a much closer World Series than the one Boston swept nine years ago against the Cardinals.