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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 Washington Post reports the president gave Russian officials details about an Islamic State plot, but the White House says no intelligence sources or methods were discussed.
In his first face-to-face interview, Marcus Hutchins tells The AP he's "not a hero" but worked with other techs to stop the WannaCry malware because "it's the right thing to do."
The U.S. accuses Syria of executing thousands of imprisoned political opponents and burning their bodies in a crematorium.
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley raises possibility of new set of global economic restrictions for the North.
Thousands of demonstrators block streets in the capital of Caracas as their anger flares over the country's triple-digit inflation and lack of basic food items.
The self-described resistance is encouraged by success in putting enormous pressure on Republican lawmakers at town hall meetings.
The father of a Penn State fraternity pledge who died after drinking heavily and falling in a hazing says Beta Theta Pi brothers intended "to feed these young men lethal doses of alcohol."
Supreme Court justices leave in place a lower court's rulings that strike down a North Carolina law's photo ID requirement, which the court said targeted African-Americans.
In a wide-ranging interview, Pitt says the new war satire would not have been made without Netflix, which can take risks bigger studios cannot.
Passengers on a stalled Amtrak train in Delaware reward delivery man Jim Leary with $32 in tips for his success in reaching them.