10 things to know for Tuesday, Aug. 12: Fans, stars stunned at Robin Williams' death
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The Oscar-winning comedian, who died in an apparent suicide, battled substance abuse and depression for years.
Officers use tear gas and “beanbag rounds” to disperse hundreds, some of whom threw rocks, protesting the killing of an unarmed black teenager.
Kerry says Washington is ready to provide significant aid to Iraq in its fight against Islamic State militants and calls on Baghdad to form an inclusive administration.
Hamas is signaling that it will have more modest goals in the current round of negotiations aimed at ending the month-long war with Israel, but gaps remain.
India is the world’s largest importer of the dangerous mineral which is outlawed in much of the developed world.
An Ohio airport is using a creative experiment to prevent the collision of heavy birds and airplanes.
The 75 year-old man who may have received an experimental drug to treat the deadly disease was evacuated from Liberia last week.
Trucks carrying 2,000 tons of aid leaves Russia a day after an agreement is reached on the relief mission.
The ex-secretary of state may not have declared whether she’s running for president, but she’s criticizing Obama’s cautious approach to global crises.
Both the NASCAR star and the driver he struck loved sprint cars - high-powered, winged vehicles built for running on short oval or circular dirt and paved tracks.