10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
Otto Warmbier died less than a week after returning home. It's unclear what fallout, if any, there will be in U.S.-North Korea relations.
In a country rattled by three attacks by Islamic extremists in as many months, Muslim residents fear violence from those who blame them for the actions of a few.
The attacker died after ramming a car carrying weapons and explosives into a police vehicle on the Champs-Elysees.
Police say a man became "enraged" by a traffic argument with one of the teens Nabra Hassanen was walking with, but some in her community believe it was a hate crime.
Police say Charleena Lyles confronted two officers with a knife after she reported a burglary. Police knew she had struggled with mental illness.
Police suggested that the gunman felt disrespected by co-workers, but Alvin Chen says the two colleagues who were fatally shot would not have bullied anyone.
The Trump administration says the US and Russia are in discussions after the US shot down a Syrian fighter plane and Russia threatened retaliation.
An AP poll found that 57 percent say courts are acting properly in blocking the ban, while 39 percent say judges are interfering.
Mackey told employees the $13.7 billion deal would help the grocery chain more quickly realize cost-cutting efforts and other changes.
Investigators could not determine what impact the drugs had on her death, and described sleep apnea as the main cause.