Cities across the country are expected to break record highs again today. Who knew we could have a heat wave in MARCH? Allergy sufferers, take cover.
11:00 p.m. ET: 35 minutes to air… tune in tonight for Whitney Houston's autopsy results, a new Bully documentary that's got Hollywood up in arms, and a wildlife conservationist with some unorthodox ideas about how to thwart an extinction threat.
8:47 p.m. ET: A Denver woman is facing felony charges for allegedly faking post-traumatic stress disorder to dodge jury duty. So FYI, that's a really bad idea.
7:34 p.m. ET: Whitney & Cissy Houston circa 1986. Sigh.
6:53 p.m. ET: Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee is 'temporarily stepping down' amidst the scandal over the handling of the Trayvon Martin shooting. Watch last night's episode of Nightline to get up to speed.
5:30 p.m. ET: MORE details about Whitney Houston's death HERE
5:21 p.m. ET: Los Angeles coroner's report on Whitney Houston's death is released. Death ruled accidental by drowning and cocaine intake.
4:16 p.m. ET: Bill Weir meets a man marketing a non-leather baseball glove for "This Could be Big"
2:23 p.m. ET: Senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper notes that Etch-a-Sketch's stock has shot up in the wake of the Romney aide's gaffe about the toy yesterday, and the resulting mudslinging from Santorum and Gingrich camps.
1:25 p.m. ET: Fire in the Sky - Incredible time-lapse video of the Aurora Borealis from Norway
11:34 a.m. ET: Trying to navigate the Amazon rainforest? Don't worry, Google Street View has you covered, Geekosystem reports.
11:15 a.m. ET: And yet, ABC News meteorologist Ginger Zee points out that most of Portland waking up to snow on the ground - anywhere from a dusting to 3+ inches with some elevation
10:01 a.m. ET: Goldman Sachs on the prowl for " muppets"?
9:39 a.m. ET: Was the "The Hunger Games" ripped off a Japanese novel? As thousands of fans gear up for tonight's midnight showing of "The Hunger Games," ABC News' Akiko Fujita in Japan writes that there is growing criticism that the book series reads very similar to "Battle Royale," a 600-page novel by Japanese author Koushun Takami that was released in 2000.