10 Things to Know for Wednesday

By The Associated Press | July 16, 2015 | 2:15 PM EDT

Judy May, of Monroeville, Ala., laughs walking up the stairs as the second person to receive a copy of "Go Set a Watchman" during the midnight book release in the hometown of "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee, Tuesday, July 14, 2015, in Monroeville, Ala. "I have been waiting my entire life and am going to stay up all night to read it," said May. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:

1. IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL MAKES HISTORY, BUT IT HAS ITS CRITICS

The agreement requires Iran to dismantle much of its nuclear program in exchange for relief from sanctions, but skeptics say it would just delay Tehran's pursuit of a nuclear bomb.

2. NUCLEAR DEAL SETS UP CLASH BETWEEN CLINTON AND GOP 2016 CONTENDERS

Hillary Rodham Clinton has largely supported negotiations, but GOP candidates call the deal "naive" or "one of America's worst diplomatic failures."

3. GREECE PROMISES TO CRACK DOWN ON TAX EVADERS LARGE AND SMALL

But a longtime culture of tax dodging - sometimes seen as resistance against an inefficient state - as well as a large informal economy, might make that difficult.

4. FINAL ARGUMENTS IN COLORADO THEATER SHOOTING TRIAL

Prosecutors argue that James Holmes was sane and must be held accountable for killing 12 in a movie theater, but his lawyers say Holmes' schizophrenia controlled him.

5. MAN CHARGED IN CALIFORNIA KIDNAPPING ONCE HAD BRIGHT FUTURE

Matthew Muller was a veteran and a Harvard Law School graduate, but is now charged in a kidnapping that was originally dismissed as a hoax

6. WHY OBAMA IS CALLING FOR SHORTER SENTENCES FOR NONVIOLENT OFFENDERS

The president says low-level drug dealers, for example, owe a debt to a society, but not a life sentence or 20-year term.

7. FATAL FLOODS STRIKE KENTUCKY

Rising waters killed two people and left six missing, and more rains are expected.

8. HOW A TEEN SURVIVED AFTER A MOUNTAIN PLANE CRASH

Sixteen-year-old Autumn Veatch says she used tips gathered when watching "Survivor" with her dad.

9. WHOOPI GOLDBERG WITHDRAWS HER SUPPORT FROM BILL COSBY

Once his biggest defender, she says she now thinks available information "kind of points to (Cosby's) guilt" in sexual assault allegations.

10. SCIENTISTS CELEBRATE SUCCESSFUL PLUTO FLYBY

The New Horizons spacecraft will give humanity its first up-close look at Pluto after flying past at 31,000 mph.