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. COURT DOCUMENTS CONTAIN ADMISSION BY BILL COSBY
The entertainer said in 2005 in sworn testimony obtained by the AP that he got quaaludes with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with.
2. WHO'S RESISTING GREECE'S CALL FOR EASIER DEBT REPAYMENT
Germany, the lead eurozone lender, remains highly reluctant to cut such a deal.
3. NEW APPEAL COULD SLOW NUCLEAR TALKS
Iran is demanding that any deal should include an end to the U.N. arms embargo.
4. SOUTH CAROLINA MOVES TO PULL DOWN CONFEDERATE FLAG
The state Senate votes to remove the divisive banner from the Capitol grounds. Now it's up the House to consider the matter.
5. HOW POPE MADE FRIENDS IN ECUADOR'S BIGGEST CITY
Arriving on the tarmac in Guayaquil, the pontiff allows several acolytes to take selfies with him.
6. BOSTON MARATHON BOMBER SEEKS NEW TRIAL
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's lawyers give few clues about their request, saying they will file a more detailed motion next month.
7. WHEN US DRIVERS MAY SEE BIG SAVINGS AT THE PUMP ONCE MORE
With the price of oil falling again, experts say some states could see $2 a gallon gas by late summer.
8. A NEW GUARD OF COMEDIANS, HOSTS TAKES ON 2016 CAMPAIGNERS
Stephen Colbert, Seth Meyers, Comedy Central's Larry Wilmore and "SNL's" Kate McKinnon are the most likely comic stars to emerge during the race for the White House.
9. `KARATE KID,' `OCEAN'S ELEVEN' PRODUCER DIES AY 77
Jerry Weintraub helped propel the careers of musicians including John Denver and produced hit movies such as "Nashville" and "Behind the Candelabra."
10. WOMEN'S WORLD CUP FINAL BREAKS TV RECORD
The United States' win over Japan is the most-viewed soccer game ever on American television, with 26.7 million viewers.