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. DIVIDED SENATE BLOCKS PLAN TO CURB GUNS EIGHT DAYS AFTER ORLANDO MASSACRE
Rejected were one proposal from each side to keep extremists from acquiring guns and another shoring up the government's existing system of required background checks for many firearms purchases.
2. TRUMP ABRUPTLY FIRES LONGTIME CAMPAIGN CHIEF IN DRAMATIC SHAKE-UP
Corey Lewandowski's dismissal signals, for now, a departure from the seat-of-the-pants style that has fueled Trump's unlikely rise in Republican politics.
3. GLOBAL STOCK MARKETS SURGE AS "REMAIN" SIDE GAINS MOMENTUM IN BRITAIN
The slaying of pro-Europe lawmaker Jo Cox seemed to sap momentum from campaigners fighting for the U.K. to leave the E.U.
4. NEW WILDFIRES CHASE PEOPLE FROM HOMES NEAR LOS ANGELES AMID INTENSE HEAT WAVE
The extreme heat stretching from the West Coast to New Mexico has been blamed for the death of five people in Arizona.
5. WHAT THE ORLANDO GUNMAN SAID IN CALLS WITH AUTHORITIES DURING HIS RAMPAGE
Omar Mateen identified himself as an Islamic soldier and warned "more of this type of action" would come, according to transcripts released by the FBI.
6. HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE BEEN FORCED TO FLEE DANGER, PERSECUTION OR STARVATION
The U.N. refugee agency says 65 million - roughly the population of France - were displaced worldwide at the end of last year, easily setting a new postwar record.
7. WHY THE VEHICLE THAT KILLED "STAR TREK" ACTOR ANTON YELCHIN WAS BEING RECALLED
The gear shifters have confused drivers, causing the vehicles to roll away unexpectedly.
8. WHERE FEAR HAS PARENTS SENDING KIDS AWAY FOR THE SUMMER OR KEEPING THEM INSIDE
Some Chicago neighborhoods become especially dangerous over summer break when streets become target-rich environment for those with scores to settle.
9. GLOBAL CORAL BLEACHING EVENT EXPECTED TO LAST THROUGH 2016
The world's top marine scientists are still struggling in the face of global warming to find the political and financial wherewithal to tackle the loss of these important ecosystems.
10. RESEARCH SUGGESTS COMPANIES MAY BE ABLE TO MAKE LOWER FAT VERSIONS OF CHOCOLATE
By running liquid chocolate through an electric field, researchers were able to make it flow more easily - and require less fat.
This story has been amended to correct Lewandowski's first name in the second item.