10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
The Supreme Court says President Donald Trump can forge ahead with a limited version of his ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries. Trump hails the decision as a "victory for national security."
It would leave 22 million more Americans uninsured in 2026 than under President Obama's health care law, the Congressional Budget Office estimates, in a blow to GOP leaders' hopes of pushing the plan through the chamber this week.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi went in for two big bear hugs with Trump during their joint statements in the Rose Garden. Both leaders sought to project warm relations in their first face-to-face meeting.
The network says it has accepted the resignations of three people involved in a retracted story about a meeting between an associate of President Trump and the head of a Russian investment fund.
Writing TV shows based on real life in Washington has always been a challenge, but since Trump became president, writers of such series as "House of Cards" and "Veep" say their job is tougher than ever.
While flammable insulating panels may have allowed the fire to engulf Grenfell Tower before firefighters could reach trapped residents, the underlying culprits are building regulations that haven't kept up with changing building materials and cuts to inspections and oversight that might have spotted the problem before the disaster, fire experts say.
The sports body is investigating after a sex abuse scandal that led to the firing of football coach Art Briles and the departure of the school president.
A majority of African-Americans and baby boomers are in favor of it for the first time, according to a Pew Research Center poll.
The state is asking a federal appeals court to keep an inmate featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" behind bars while the agency appeals a ruling that his confession was coerced.
The tennis legend has no interest in John McEnroe's thoughts on what would happen if she tried to play on the men's tennis tour, after McEnroe says Williams would be "like 700" in the rankings if she played on the men's tour.