And The Death Toll Continues to Rise: Almost 150 people are dead, and nearly 100 are missing, after Tropical Storm Agatha hit Central America. It also left a huge sinkhole in Guatemala.

BP's Next Move: The containment cap. (Meanwhile, the company lost billions today, in the first day of trading since the top kill failed.)

More Turmoil at the Gaza Blockade: "Pro-Palestinian activists sent another boat to challenge Israel's blockade of the Gaza Strip on Tuesday and Egypt declared it was temporarily opening a crossing into the Palestinian territory after a raid on an aid flotilla that ended with Israeli soldiers killing nine activists."

"This Could Be Monumental": A new vaccine "could eliminate" breast cancer.

Al-Qaida's Number Three is Believed to be Dead: He and his family were supposedly killed in a US missile strike.

HP Is Cutting About 9,000 Jobs: Over the next three years the company will create automated commercial data centers.

Gold-Dispensing Vending Machines Exist: "GOLD to go's ATM looks like a vending machine and dispenses gold coins and bars weighing up to one ounce at prices updated every 10 minutes based on the real-time spot price of gold."

One More Reason to Break the Cocaine Habit: It can cause your flesh to rot.

And Maybe Cut Back on the Drinking Too: Ted Koppel's son was found dead after a day-long drinking binge.

Stanley Cup Update: Chicago Blackhawks won last night, giving them a 2-0 lead over the Philadelphia Flyers.

RIP: French-born U.S. sculptor Louise Bourgeois has died at the age of 98.

Sad Gets Sadder: Black box recordings show the pilots of the plane that crashed and killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski were warned of their landing conditions and they attempted to land anyway.

Your Sweet Tooth Just Got More Expensive: The new candy, bottled water, gum, and beer taxes start today.

Amanda Knox Is Back in Court: She's facing slander charges for saying she was beaten during police questioning.