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A defiant Morsi adds chaos to the start of his trial in Egypt

Ousted leader Mohammed Morsi proclaims his legitimacy in an Egyptian court, and we have the NSA's top ten list of why its widespread spying is legitimate. Also, a $1.3 billion treasure trove of artwork stolen by the Nazis is found in a hoarder's Munich apartment. That and more, in today's Global Scan.

Global Scan

Ukraine may be heading for a crash as it gets pulled in two directions

Ukraine's president made a sudden about-face last week, rejecting overtures from the European Union in favor of keeping ties with Russia. But his people aren't willing to let go of Europe so easily. A South African hotel charges tourists to sleep in a fake slum, and everyday bribery is alive and well in Russia. All that and more, in today's Global Scan.

Sports

It's King versus Putin in 'Battle of the Sexes' 2

Openly gay tennis great Billie Jean King will travel to the Sochi Olympics bearing a message of equality and support for gay rights. King will be a part of the official US delegation to the Olympics, but neither President Barack Obama nor any senior member of the US government are expected to attend.

Global Scan

What happens when you're proudly gay and proudly Sikh?

A gay Sikh man created a social media stir when he posted a photo on Facebook that was taken down by the network. The posting, which Facebook said violated its terms, created a firestorm within the Sikh community and outside. Also, a US presidential commission has made 46 recommendations for reining in the NSA, and we introduce you to a Czech treat likely coming to a bakery near you soon. All that and more, in today's Global Scan.