10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. OAKLAND WAREHOUSE FIRE DEATH TOLL HITS 36
The Alameda County Sheriff says he doesn't believe more bodies would be found, but it can't be known for sure until the recovery effort is complete.
1. WHAT'S NEXT FOR DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE
The Army declined to issue a permit needed to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota and calls for additional review - which could take as long as a year.
1. JUDGE DECLARES MISTRIAL IN FATAL POLICE SHOOTING OF SOUTH CAROLINA MAN
Former police officer Michael Slager had been charged with the murder of Walter Scott, who fled after a traffic stop.
1. WHY BEN CARSON IS DRAWING CRITICISM AS TRUMP HUD NOMINEE
The retired neurosurgeon has no background in government or running a bureaucracy like the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
1. REBEL SHELLING KILLS 2 RUSSIAN NURSES, 8 CIVILIANS IN SYRIA'S ALEPPO
The shelling was part of the most intense fighting in days, with Syrian government forces pounding rebel-held parts of the city for hours.
1. SETBACK FOR BILL COSBY IN CRIMINAL SEX ASSAULT TRIAL
A judge says prosecutors can use testimony Cosby gave in an accuser's lawsuit, including the admission he gave women drugs and alcohol before sex.
1. FAKE NEWS STORY LED GUNMAN TO FIRE RIFLE INSIDE DC PIZZERIA
Police say the man was trying to "self-investigate" a false story that claimed a Democrat-led child sex-trafficking ring was operating out of the restaurant.
1. HOUSE IN AUSTRIAN TOWN WHERE DAUGHTER WAS KEPT PRISONER SOLD
The buyer of the house where Josef Fritzl held his daughter as a sex slave and forced her to father his children will be turned into apartments.
1. HOW LEADING AUCTION HOUSE IS TRYING TO FIGHT ART FRAUD
Sotheby's has purchased a forensic testing firm to help make sure the art they deal with is authentic.
1. HEISMAN TROPHY FINALISTS ANNOUNCED
Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson is a finalist for the second season in a row, joined by Louisville's Lamar Jackson, Michigan's Jabrill Peppers, and Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield and Dede Westbrook.