10 Things to Know for Tuesday

 

 

10 Things to Know for Tuesday
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. TRUMP: 'ABSOLUTE RIGHT' TO PARDON MYSELF

The president's declaration is part of an extraordinarily expansive vision of executive authority that is mostly untested in court and could portend a drawn-out fight with the prosecutors now investigating him.

2. IN GUATEMALA, GRIM WORK GOES ON

Rescuers pull survivors and bodies from the charred aftermath of the powerful eruption of the country's Volcano of Fire, as the death toll rises to more than 60.

3. JUSTICES SIDE WITH COLORADO BAKER

In a limited decision, the Supreme Court rules for the baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple.

4. SUPER BOWL CHAMPS DISINVITED

Trump cancels the Philadelphia Eagles' visit to the White House because some players disagree with his views on standing for the national anthem.

5. SUSPECT IN ARIZONA SLAYINGS TAKES OWN LIFE

As police close in, a man suspected of gunning down four people, including a prominent psychiatrist, shoots himself to death.

6. WHERE FIRST LADY RESURFACED

After 24 days out of sight, Melania Trump co-hosts with the president a reception for families of those killed during military service.

7. SAUDI WOMEN GET SET TO TAKE WHEEL

Saudi Arabia issues its first driver's licenses to 10 women as the kingdom prepares to lift the world's only ban on women driving.

8. WHAT MADE BILL CLINTON UNCOMFORTABLE

The ex-president bristles at questions over whether he should have resigned 20 years ago over his relationship with a White House intern and whether the #MeToo movement has changed his perspective.

9. SERENA WILLIAMS OUT AT FRENCH OPEN

After injuring a chest muscle, the superstar American calls off her Grand Slam comeback shortly before she was to face Maria Sharapova.

10. HOW AP COVERED RFK ASSASSINATION 50 YEARS AGO

Hollywood reporter Bob Thomas was on a one-night political assignment in June 1968 to cover Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's victory in the California presidential primary when mayhem unfolded before his eyes.

This article was written by cool news network.

 

 

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