10 Things to Know for Tuesday

By The Associated Press | August 12, 2015 | 4:15 PM EDT

People come to the aid of a distraught woman after gunshots were fired near a protest in Ferguson, Mo., Sunday, Aug. 9, 2015. The one-year anniversary of Michael Brown's death in Ferguson began with a march in his honor and ended with a protest that was interrupted by gunfire. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

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

1. FERGUSON, MISSOURI, AGAIN ON EDGE

Turmoil spreads after police — acting, they say, in self-defense — critically wound a black 18-year-old during a protest marking the anniversary of Michael Brown's death.

2. SIGNS OF IMPROVING RELATIONS BETWEEN TRUMP, FOX NEWS

The candidate tweets: "Roger Ailes just called. He is a great guy & assures me that 'Trump' will be treated fairly on @FoxNews."

3. WHY CONCERN IS GROWING OVER SPILL FROM ABANDONED GOLD MINE

The yellow plume of wastewater stretches 100 miles along principal rivers in the desert Southwest and is three times larger than initially estimated, officials say.

4. ALLEGATIONS OF CHILD SEX ABUSE SHOCK PAKISTAN

Authorities say a gang forced some 270 children at gunpoint to be abused or drugged them into submission.

5. US ROWERS FALL ILL AT TRIAL RUN FOR 2016 OLYMPICS

The stomach ailment suffered by 13 rowers adds to concerns about water quality at venues for the Rio de Janeiro games.

6. COCAINE SEIZURES SKYROCKET OFF LATIN AMERICA'S PACIFIC COAST

The Coast Guard credits the spike in seizures to its greater presence on the water after having to pull back boats because of budget cuts.

7. WHOSE WORK SCHEDULES MIGHT BE TOO TAXING

Air traffic controllers are often fatigued, making them less alert and endangering the safety of travelers, a U.S. government study says.

8. SCIENTISTS ID THREAT TO AMPHIBIANS

A family of parasites, related to a bug that attacks oysters, is found in the livers of frogs and tadpoles.

9. WHICH FILM FLOPPED AT BOX OFFICE

"Fantastic Four" amasses a mere $25.7 million in its weekend debut.

10. NEW TEAM. NEW CITY. SAME REX.

With his bigger than-life-personality, Rex Ryan has taken western New York by storm since arriving as head coach of the Buffalo Bills.