The Associated Press
WASHINGTON – Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
“What is coming will be worse,” the Israeli military declares, even as the international community calls for a truce.
The White House is considering granting work permits to potentially millions of immigrants in the country illegally.
The ruling is a defeat for Donald Sterling, who sought to block his estranged wife from selling the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.
An international court decides that Putin’s government used tax claims to bury the country’s largest oil producer and silence its Kremlin-critical CEO.
Fearing the destruction of an ancient minaret in the northern Iraqi city, residents rushed to the site and formed a human chain to protect it, two witnesses tell the AP.
The decision is the first federal appeals court ruling overturning gay marriage bans in the South.
Medicare should be solvent until 2034, four years later than had been projected, the U.S. government says.
The man, whose case was featured recently on CNN’s “The Hunt with John Walsh,” was wanted in California for allegedly molesting a boy.
The $8.5 billion deal makes Dollar Tree the biggest player in the dollar store segment, with more than 13,000 combined locations.
The sequel, coming Wednesday, is wiser than the original and unabashedly awash with fun, the AP’s Frazier Moore reports.