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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:
1. IN ALASKA, OBAMA AIMS TO SPOTLIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE
During his three-day tour of the far north, Obama plans to hike a glacier, talk with fishermen and tape a reality TV show to illustrate how warming temperatures are damaging the state's stunning landscape.
2. WHY CLINTON WON'T LIKELY FACE PROSECUTION OVER EMAILS
So far, there's no evidence of emails stored in Hillary Clinton's private server bearing classified markings, legal experts say.
3. PROTESTERS, POLICE CLASH OUTSIDE UKRAINE PARLIAMENT
The violence erupted as lawmakers consider a measure to give greater powers to separatists in eastern Ukraine.
4. WHERE HUNDREDS GATHER TO WEIGH TALIBAN LEADERSHIP CRISIS
Pakistani authorities turn a blind eye to a meeting in the border city of Quetta, where Taliban supporters seek to reunite the group following Mullah Omar's death.
5. WHO'S TAKING THE BIGGEST HIT AS STOCKS WAVER
The hapless folks who followed Wall Street's advice to buy shares in emerging-markets have seen their investments lose 25 percent over the past year.
6. SUPREME COURT: KY CLERK MUST ISSUE GAY MARRIAGE LICENSES
Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis, who had argued her faith should exempt her from issuing same-sex licenses, has now run out of legal options.
7. SUSPECT IN HOUSTON DEPUTY SHOOTING HAD HISTORY OF MENTAL ILLNESS
The rap sheet of Shannon J. Miles includes a 2012 arrest that led to Miles being sent to a state mental hospital for several months.
8. SCOTT WALKER'S TALK OF CANADIAN BORDER WALL DRAWS FIRE
The Wisconsin governor and GOP candidate had called such a barrier "a legitimate issue for us to look at."
9. MILEY CYRUS' BARE-BREASTED FLASH GETS LITTLE NOTICE AT VMA'S
The shock value has largely worn off, since the 22-year-old former child star has posed for a handful of nude magazine portraits.
10. GOODELL, BRADY AWAIT `DEFLATEGATE' RULING
A judge announces he will make a decision in a day or two regarding the dispute between the NFL commissioner and the Patriots' quarterback over deflated footballs.