10 Things to Know for Tuesday
The Associated Press
Jul. 14, 2015
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. GREECE STRIKES FINANCIAL RESCUE DEAL
Now it's up to Prime Minister Tsipras to sell the bailout plan to skeptical lawmakers and political allies in Athens.
2. PROPOSAL WOULD LET TRANSGENDER PEOPLE SERVE IN US MILITARY
The plan outlined by Defense Secretary Carter would formally end one of the last gender- or sexuality-based barriers to military service.
3. WHAT WORRIES US, EUROPE ABOUT NUCLEAR DEAL
Among their fears, they don't want to see Iran using billions of dollars in newly unfrozen cash to expand military assistance to forces opposing Western allies such as Saudi Arabia and Israel.
4. NYC, FAMILY OF ERIC GARNER REACH SETTLEMENT
The city will pay $5.9 million in the chokehold death case. Garner, 43, died in police custody almost a year ago.
5. WHO'S LATEST REPUBLICAN TO JOIN PRESIDENTIAL RACE
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker embraces his reputation as a "fighter" as he formally declares his candidacy.
6. IRAQ SAYS CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE GROUP
The aim of the military operation is to dislodge the extremists from western Anbar province.
7. PLANE CRASH SURVIVOR MAKES IT TO SAFETY
The teenage girl is picked up by a motorist after walking for "a couple of days" after the crash in a mountainous area of Washington state.
8. LITTLE PLUTO LITTLE BIGGER THAN SCIENTISTS THOUGHT
On the eve of NASA's historic flyby of Pluto, scientists announce that the New Horizons spacecraft has nailed the size of the faraway icy world.
9. WHERE COMIC STRIP IS BEING REBORN
"Bloom County," absent for a quarter-century, is getting new life on Facebook, its creator says.
10. REDS' TODD FRAZIER WINS ALL-STAR DERBY
"No pressure here with these fans," he says, after accepting the championship trophy to one more standing ovation.