Draw down: The U.S. military is destroying more than $7 billion worth of equipment as it works to withdraw from Afghanistan. The Washington Post reports that the military has destroyed more than 170 million pounds of equipment because it is either too costly to ship or not fit to donate. Meanwhile, the U.S. moves toward talks with the Taliban, a move that has angered Afghan president Hamid Kharzi.
Nuclear Option: In his speech in Berlin, President Obama challenged Russia to push for an end to all nuclear weapons in the world. The president promised to cut nuclear capabilities by 1/3 of its current power, but the move was met with scorn by the Russians. Reuters reports.
Teaming Up: Edward Snowden and Wikileaks activists in Iceland are said to be working together on possible asylum options for the man who leaked news of the NSA's intelligence gathering operations against the U.S. public. The New York Times reports.
Don't Stop Believin': James Gandolfini, the man most known to play mob boss Tony Soprano on the hit HBO show has died of an apparent heart attack in Italy, The Star Ledger reports. He was 51. Here's some of his best Tony moments. Cut to black.