10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. SYRIA OFFICIAL SAYS U.S. PROMOTES TERRORISM
The foreign minister tells the U.N. that the media is also to blame for escalating war in his country.
2. MINNESOTA SHOOTER'S FAMILY TRIED TO GET HIM TREATMENT
But state law restricted them from forcing him into a mental health program.
3. WHY A NIGERIAN SUING SHELL OIL IS BEFORE THE SUPREME COURT
The justices debate their role when U.S. companies are alleged to be involved in abuses on foreign soil.
4. BOTH SIDES SAY THEY WON GEORGIA'S ELECTION
All say they'll respect the results when they are announced Tuesday if international observers say they are legitimate.
5. IMPERFECT SCIENCE: STUDY FINDS INCREASING FRAUD IN RESEARCH
Some pin the blame on pressure to hit it big, and on what seems to be more deception in overall society.
6. SKYDIVER VS. SOUND BARRIER
From 23 miles up, "Fearless Felix" hopes to reach 690 mph, or Mach 1, next Monday with only a pressurized suit and helmet for protection.
7. WHEN IT PAYS TO ANSWER THE PHONE (FINALLY)
Composer Chris Thile ignored what he thought were election-year robocalls. Actually, it was news he's getting a $500,000 "genius grant."
8. NEW YORK ATTORNEY GENERAL SUES JPMORGAN
The suit is the first action under Obama's program to prosecute alleged misconduct leading to the financial crisis.
9. JUDGE MUST DECIDE TUESDAY IF PENNA. VOTER ID LAW STAYS
The ruling could sway who wins the state in the presidential election.
10. YAHOO! IT'S A BOY FOR NEW CEO
Marissa Mayer adds first-time mother to the challenges ahead as she moves the Internet company in a new direction.