10 things to know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Senate Democrats are determined to press Neil Gorsuch on everything from abortion and guns to his independence from Trump.
The U.S. president is trying to rally support for a revised version of the health care overhaul by taking his case directly to Capitol Hill.
The temporary move would prohibit passengers on certain flights originating in eight other mainly Arab countries from packing most electronics in carry-on luggage, but regional airlines appear unaware.
Martin McGuinness, the Irish Republican Army commander who led his underground paramilitary movement toward reconciliation with Britain, is dead at 66.
Park Geun-hye, South Korea's ousted president, apologized to the people as she underwent questioning by prosecutors over a corruption scandal.
Caracas' socialist government is seizing bakeries in the latest effort to combat long food lines.
In historic Memphis, an effort is underway to reclaim the landscape of abandoned houses and trash-strewn vacant lots.
The Islamic militant group drafts a new political program to project a more pragmatic image, hoping this will improve ties with Egypt and help it get off Western terrorism lists.
The cable news network had disavowed legal analyst Andrew Napolitano's on-air claim that British intelligence officials helped Obama spy on Trump.
Injured Miami Heat star Chris Bosh tells AP he has a simple perspective when it comes to the rest-or-play debate that is prompting the NBA to enact changes.