10 Things to Know for Tuesday
The Associated Press
Jan. 02, 2018
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
The president returns to Washington to face a hefty legislative to-do list, critical midterm elections and thorny issues abroad.
Anti-government demonstrations see their deadliest night as "armed protesters" try to overrun military bases and police stations before security forces repel them, killing 10 people, Iranian state TV says.
Customers line up early to purchase recreational marijuana legally for the first time in California as the new year brings broad legalization of pot.
The city ends 2017 with fewer homicides than the year before — although gang violence keeps the total number of killings above the 600 mark.
Bone-chilling cold grips much of the central U.S. as 2018 begins, breaking century-old records.
An Israeli military court indicts a teenage Palestinian girl who was filmed last month in the West Bank slapping Israeli troops.
The president slams Pakistan, which has long been accused of providing safe havens for militants, for "lies & deceit" in a New Year's Day tweet.
Former Fox News anchor and 1989 Miss America Gretchen Carlson is named chairwoman of the Miss America Organization's board of directors.
Floral floats roll under sunny skies as the Rose Parade draws thousands of revelers for Southern California's colorful New Year's Day tradition.
Two coaches — the Lions' Jim Caldwell and the Bears' John Fox — lose their jobs on the day after the end of the NFL's regular season.