The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
The Justice Department says the government may be justified in killing a U.S. citizen abroad if the person has joined the enemy.
America's top diplomat urges leaders of the country's various factions to form an inclusive government before a Sunni insurgency sweeps away hopes for peace.
John Koskinen, back on Capitol Hill, says his agency hasn't obstructed Congress in its probe of the targeting of tea party and other political groups.
Three Al-Jazeera journalists are sentenced to seven years in prison on terror-related charges after a trial dismissed by rights groups as a politicized sham.
Damascus transfers the arms to the West for destruction, though doubts remain as to whether all its poisonous gases have truly been removed.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints excommunicates Kate Kelly, an activist pushing for women in the priesthood.
But a divided Supreme Court also rebukes the EPA for taking too much authority into its own hands without congressional approval.
A report detailing the handling of the former coach's child molestation case did, however, fault police and prosecutors' "lack of urgency" in bringing charges.
The Holiday Inn beach resort in Fort Walton doubles as a military radar site in an unusual partnership between the armed forces and a private business.
The United States' 2-2 draw with Portugal was almost certainly the most-watched soccer game ever in the U.S.
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