10 things to know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. FORMER ISLAMIC STATE GROUP FIGHTERS FACE DIFFICULT FATE
Disillusioned by the cruelty of the extremist group, ex-recruits escape risking death at its hands or jail in their homelands.
2. WHAT WOULDN'T BUDGE UNDER OBAMA'S SPENDING PLAN
The president is touting his budget as "middle-class economics" - but tax bills for middle-class families would stay about the same.
3. NEW ENGLAND BATTERED BY ANOTHER SNOWSTORM
Some areas are still reeling from up to 3 feet of snow that they got last week.
4. UN CRITICIZES UKRAINE FIGHTING TACTICS
The world body denounces both the government and the pro-Russian rebels for turning bus stops, schools, markets and hospitals into battlegrounds where civilians are getting killed.
5. SUGE KNIGHT'S LATEST LEGAL WOES
The former hip-hop mogul will be arraigned in court, charged with murder after an altercation in which he ran over a friend with his truck.
6. CUBA SHOWS FIRST PHOTOS OF FIDEL CASTRO IN FIVE MONTHS
The former Cuban leader appears engaged in a lively conversation with a university student.
7. BEST WAY TO A GIRL'S HEART? HER MOTHER'S
An AP-WE tv poll finds that 6 in 10 young women consider their mom's approval very important when it comes to getting serious with a boyfriend.
8. WHO IS FIGHTING OVER ROBIN WILLIAMS' ESTATE
The late actor's wife of three years has asked the court to exclude the contents of their home from the part of his property that he bequeathed to his three adult children.
9. WHOSE ARCHIVE WILL BE MADE PUBLIC
The Library of Congress will offer the public a trove of the letters, writing and photos of Rosa Parks, the seamstress who became a civil rights icon.
10. COMING SOON TO A SUPERMARKET NEAR YOU
Coke is launching a premium milk that has more protein and less sugar than regular. And it's betting people will pay twice as much for it.
— Associated Press