Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
- PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES SPREAD ACROSS NEW YORK IN FINAL CHASE FOR VOTES
The pre-election drama plays out from a car wash in Queens to a hockey arena in Buffalo.
- CONSERVATIVE JUSTICES EXPRESS SHARP SKEPTICISM ABOUT OBAMA’S IMMIGRATION PLAN
The administration is asking the seemingly divided Supreme Court to allow it to put in place programs that could shield roughly 4 million people from deportation.
- AP WINS PULITZER FOR PUBLIC SERVICE
The award recognizes the news agency’s investigation of the use of slave labor in Southeast Asia to supply seafood to American tables – stories that spurred the release of more than 2,000 captive workers.
- HOW US IS RAMPING UP AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE
The Pentagon agrees to deploy 200 additional troops and send eight Apache helicopters into the fight in Iraq.
- UNLIKELY SURVIVORS PULLED FROM RUBBLE
Rescuers in Ecuador find three people alive who were trapped for more than 32 hours in the debris of a shopping center flattened by the weekend’s earthquake.
- WHERE HEAVY RAIN IS WREAKING HAVOC
In Houston, scores of subdivisions and parts of several interstate highways are submerged by floodwaters.
- RARE SHOUTING MATCH AT UN
The Israeli and Palestinian ambassadors engage in a heated exchange, each accusing the other side of fostering violence and unrest.
- WHY ASTEROID ONLY PART OF REASON FOR DINOSAURS’ EXTINCTION
Dinosaurs were in decline long before the asteroid strike that is blamed for their demise about 66 million years ago, a study finds.
- ‘EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND’ ACTRESS DIES AT 90
Doris Roberts starred as the meddlesome mother to Ray Romano’s character on the long-running CBS sitcom.
- WHOSE RUNNERS ARE FASTEST AT BOSTON MARATHON
Ethiopians win the men’s and women’s races for the first time – and take five of the six spots on the victory stand.