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Apr 24, 11:51 PM EDT

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:

1. PARTISAN FIGHTS COULD SHUT DOWN US GOVERNMENT

Disputes over health care and President Trump's border wall throw must-pass spending legislation into jeopardy days ahead of a government shutdown deadline.

2. ARKANSAS EXECUTES 2 PRISONERS IN 1 NIGHT

The deaths of Jack Jones and Marcel Williams mark the first double execution in the United States since 2000.

3. HOW TRUMP IS FALLING SHORT

An AP analysis finds President Trump isn't keeping the big promises he made for his first 100 days in office.

4. WHY STATE DEPARTMENT REMOVED PROMOTION OF TRUMP'S MAR-A-LAGO

The department faced a storm of ethics criticism for its promotional posting about President Donald Trump's private Florida resort, which it described as the "winter White House."

5. WHAT CHINA WANTS ON NORTH KOREA

Chinese President Xi Jinping urges restraint in a call to President Trump, as the world braces for a possible North Korean nuclear test.

6. WHY FRANCE'S DANCE WITH LE PEN IS REAL

Marine Le Pen's appearance in the country's final round of presidential voting shows how deeply her anti-establishment, nationalist rhetoric has become ingrained in France.

7. AARON HERNANDEZ FUNERAL HELD

Family and friends bid farewell to the former NFL star at a private service, and a judge orders that three suicide notes he left be turned over to his fiancee by the time he is buried.

8. WOMAN WHOSE STROLLER WAS TAKEN BY AMERICAN AIRLINES NOW HAS A LAWYER

The passenger seen sobbing in a viral video has the same attorney as the Kentucky doctor who was dragged from a United Express flight.

9. WHERE FARMERS FEAR DEPORTATION OF WORKERS COULD HURT LIVELIHOOD

Around Oregon, agriculture business owners have begun lobbying politicians to get them to deal with immigration in a way that minimizes economic harm.

10. 'ZEN' AUTHOR DIES

Robert M. Pirsig's philosophical novel "Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance" became a classic after more than 100 publishers turned it down. He died at age 88.

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