Here's your daily rundown of five stories we're following today:
1. Recording police interrogations: Most major cities make recordings when police conduct interrogations. But Philly doesn't, which undermines the police department's credibility, legal experts told the Daily News. A police spokeman says the department is in the "infancy stages" of developing a policy for recording interrogations.
2. 2014 elections: U.S. Rep. Allyson Schwartz is gearing up for a gubernatorial campaign (she filed paperwork Monday to set up a state campaign committee that will let her raise money) and a former representative of her congressional district, Marjorie Margolies, is now considering making another run for the seat. Margolies would join a what's expected to be a crowded field.
3. NFL concussion lawsuit hearing: About 4,200 former NFL players have sued the league, accusing it of hiding the dangers of concussions. Lawyers for the NFL will ask a federal judge at hearing today in Philly to dismiss the case, saying the suits are "preempted" by the players' collective-bargaining agreements. More background, via Sunday's Inquirer.
4. Halladay hammered: After the Mets beat the Phillies, 7-2, Monday, Bob Brookover asks if Roy Halladay's glory days are over. David Murphy says the team isn't worth watching. We'll see if tonight's game (7:05 p.m. at Citizens Bank Park) provides any answers.
5. Memorial for fallen firefighter: A tribute for Philadelphia fire Capt. Michael Goodwin, who died while battling a blaze at a Queen Village fabric store this weekend, will take place at noon today outside City Hall. The memorial will also honor two firefighters -- Lt. Robert Neary and Daniel Sweeney -- who died in a Kensington fire last year.