10 things to know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today. Please note some stories are not yet published:
1. GIFFORDS LAUNCHES GUN CONTROL SITE AFTER MASS SHOOTINGS
The ex-Arizona congresswoman and her husband say they want to raise money "to balance the influence of the gun lobby." Click here for story
1. WHY A BENGHAZI SUSPECT WAS RELEASED
The man suspected in the Sept. 11 attack on Libya's U.S. consulate was freed on terrorism charges in Tunisia. Click here for story
3. KEY REPUBLICANS OPPOSE OBAMA'S DEFENSE PICK
Critics say former Republican senator Chuck Hagel is too critical of Israel and soft on Iran. Click here for story
4. WHAT THE OFFICER WHO CAUGHT THE COLORADO SHOOTING SUSPECT SAW
Jason Oviatt says James Holmes seemed "detached," although he was sweating profusely after the rampage that killed 12 at the suburban movie theater.
5. 'YOU DON'T GET CONDITIONS WORSE THAN THIS'
Southeast Australia firefighters issue catastrophic threat levels after scores of blazes destroyed homes and left 100 people missing. Click here for story
6. WHO WINS IN AN $8.5 BILLION MORTGAGE FRAUD SETTLEMENT
Hundreds of thousands of Americans will benefit, but consumers say U.S. banks will wipe out huge potential liabilities.
7. MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF A CHICAGO LOTTERY WINNER
Police open a homicide investigation six months after $425,000 winner Urooj Khan died, saying he ingested a lethal dose of cyanide.
8. ARE WE THERE YET?
Simulations of a 17-month journey to Mars made would-be spacemen drowsy — acting like bears on the verge of hibernation.
9. ANOTHER LOOK AT AMY WINEHOUSE DEATH
A second inquest Tuesday confirms that the singer died in 2011 of accidental alcohol poisoning. Click here for story
10. A WOULD-BE CLASSIC TURNS INTO A ROUT
No. 2 Alabama bashed No. 1 Notre Dame 42-14 to roll to its second straight BCS championship. Click here for story
Last updated: 8:05 am Monday, April 29, 2013