Here's your look at five stories we're following today:

1. Kane and casino probe: Sources tell the Inquirer that state Attorney General Kathleen Kane quashed key subpoenas in the investigation into a casino public-corruption case, undermining the investigation into a former Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board official.

2. Menendez indictment: New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez was indicted on 14 counts for allegedly using his office to help a major donor.

3. SEPTA attacks, videos: Authorities expect the 16-year-old wanted for brutally assaulting a 60-year-old rider at SEPTA's 15th Street Station to surrender to police today. For the transit agency, the widely distributed videos of the attack and other recent incidents help investigators identify suspects, but create the impression that the system is violent even as crime on trains, buses and stations declines.

4. Theater groups' new home: In a move set to be announced today, five theater groups will be headed to a new multistage center in the old Drake hotel ballroom behind the Kimmel Center, bring smaller theater companies closer to the Avenue of the Arts.

5. Revel sale: The main lender for Revel says purported new bidders aren't serious and a judge should approve the sale of the bankrupt Atlantic City casino to a Flordia developer today.