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. HOW DONALD TRUMP WANTS TO SCREEN OUT TERRORISTS

The GOP nominee says he would impose "extreme vetting" on immigrants as a means of stopping Islamic State and other militants from entering the U.S.

2. WHY MASSIVE FLOODS CAUGHT S. LOUISIANA OFF GUARD

Forecasters say there was little warning of the sheer intensity of the storm, which dumped over two feet of rain in 48 hours in some places.

3. NYC POLICE 'STRONGLY BELIEVE' THEY HAVE SUSPECT IN IMAM SHOOTING

The man, who officials have not identified, can be seen on surveillance video fleeing in an SUV just after Imam Maulama Alauddin Akonjee and Thara Uddin were killed, police say.

4. MILWAUKEE UNREST FOLLOWS DECADES OF RACIAL TENSIONS

The city of 600,000, where violence has erupted after a police shooting, is the country's most segregated metropolitan area, a 2012 analysis of census data found.

5. VP BIDEN OFFERS HIMSELF AS CHARACTER WITNESS FOR CLINTON

Campaigning with Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden singles out her foreign policy experience and passion for improving people's lives.

6. GUANTANAMO DETAINEES SENT TO UAE

The release of 12 Yemeni nationals and three Afghans comes amid a renewed push to cut the number of detainees held at the U.S. base in Cuba.

7. WHAT MAY HAVE TRIGGERED REPORTS OF GUNSHOTS AT JFK

Travelers at New York's Kennedy Airport cheering and loudly celebrating Usain Bolt's Olympic 100-meter dash victory may have prompted the ultimately unfounded reports of gunfire there, police say.

8. VANDERBILT PAYS $1.2M TO REMOVE 'CONFEDERATE' FROM DORM NAME

The money will go to the United Daughters of the Confederacy, who helped to build Confederate Memorial Hall over 80 years ago.

9. ICONIC VEGAS LANDMARK WILL GO OUT WITH A BANG

The remains of the 61-year-old Riviera Hotel and Casino, which hosted Liberace, Dean Martin and countless other acts, is scheduled to be demolished in an overnight implosion.

10. JULY LABELED HOTTEST IN RECORDED HISTORY

The month was 1.51 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the 1950-1980 global average, says a NASA chief climate scientist.
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