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. FIVE DEAD, EIGHT BADLY INJURED AFTER APARTMENT BUILDING BALCONY COLLAPSES IN BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA
The Irish government says all five were Irish young people on work visas at a 21st birthday party.
2. AL-QAIDA CONFIRMS U.S. STRIKE KILLED LEADER OF YEMEN AFFILIATE
The death of Nasir al-Wahishi is announced in a video statement. It's the biggest blow for the militant network since the death of Osama bin Laden.
3. RACHEL DOLEZAL SAYS SHE IDENTIFIES AS BLACK
The woman who resigned as head of a local NAACP branch after her parents said she was white says she started identifying as black around the age of 5, and that some of the discussion about her has been "viciously inhumane."
4. KURDISH FIGHTERS SEIZE FULL CONTROL OF MILITANTS' BORDER STRONGHOLD
The takeover of Tal Abyad robs the Islamic State group of a key supply line for their nearby self-proclaimed capital in Raqqa.
5. WHO IS ENTERING WHITE HOUSE RACE
Donald Trump, who will announce his 2016 presidential intentions today, will be one of a dozen major candidates battling for the GOP nomination.
6. ESCAPED KILLERS ELUDE CAPTURE IN NEW YORK
Two convicted murderers remain at large as a woman charged with helping them flee from a maximum-security prison makes a second appearance in court.
7. WHAT TEXAS COMMUNITIES BRACE FOR
The eastern half of Texas is preparing for renewed flooding as Tropical Storm Bill approaches the state's Gulf Coast.
8. THEATER SHOOTER'S PSYCHIATRIST SET TO TESTIFY AGAINST HIM
Dr. Lynne Fenton's testimony is among the most highly anticipated, as Fenton has never spoken publicly about her sessions with Holmes.
9. HONG KONG STOCK PLUNGES SIGNAL CHALLENGES FOR REGULATOR
Wild gyrations in share prices are raising concerns that a new trading link with mainland China is a conduit for questionable trading practices.
10. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS CLAIM 3RD STANLEY CUP TITLE IN 6 YEARS
"We won it for each other, for the city," captain Jonathan Toews says.