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10 Things to Know for Tuesday

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After the invitation is withdrawn, the one-day conference aimed at ending the civil war is still a go for Wednesday. By AFP After the invitation is withdrawn, the one-day conference aimed at ending the civil war is still a go for Wednesday. By AFP
What plumb is coming to Tehran.  The nuclear deal and the suspension of some sanctions will mean the injection of billions of dollars into Iran's crippled economy. By AFP What plumb is coming to Tehran. The nuclear deal and the suspension of some sanctions will mean the injection of billions of dollars into Iran's crippled economy. By AFP
America remembers MLK Jr.  The national conversation centers on how far the country has come in the past 50 years -- and how much more might be done. By Brendan Marks America remembers MLK Jr. The national conversation centers on how far the country has come in the past 50 years -- and how much more might be done. By Brendan Marks
Supreme court to decide on child porn victim restitution.  A woman whose childhood rapes by her uncle were videotaped and swapped on the Internet wants victims to be able to collect damages. By Brendan Marks Supreme court to decide on child porn victim restitution. A woman whose childhood rapes by her uncle were videotaped and swapped on the Internet wants victims to be able to collect damages. By Brendan Marks
Feed plant explodes in Omaha.  No cause is immediately known for the blast, which kills two workers and badly injures several others. By Sarah Heath Feed plant explodes in Omaha. No cause is immediately known for the blast, which kills two workers and badly injures several others. By Sarah Heath

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:

1. UN INVITE TO IRAN THREATENS SYRIA TALKS

   After the invitation is withdrawn, the conference aimed at ending the civil war is still a go for Wednesday.

2. WHAT PLUMB IS COMING TO TEHRAN

   The nuclear deal and the suspension of some sanctions will mean the injection of billions of dollars into Iran's crippled economy.

3. AMERICA REMEMBERS MLK JR.

   The national conversation centers on how far the country has come in the past 50 years -- and how much more might be done.

4. SUPREME COURT TO DECIDE ON CHILD PORN VICTIM RESTITUTION

    A woman whose childhood rapes by her uncle were videotaped and swapped on the Internet wants victims to be able to collect damages.

5. FEED PLANT EXPLODES IN OMAHA

   No cause is immediately known for the blast, which kills two workers and badly injures several others.

6. DETAINEE APPEARS BEFORE MEDIA

   The family of an American missionary held more than a year in North Korea says it was both heartbroken and heartened by a brief news conference during which he spoke.

7. WHO JUST WOKE UP AFTER A THREE-YEAR NAP

   A European comet-chasing spacecraft, which had been hibernating, sends a signal back to Earth after its systems are switched back on by scientists.

8. VIRTUAL CURRENCY ENTERING MAINSTREAM

   Overstock.com says it has begun to accept digital Bitcoins as payment for goods.

9. PRICIER NUPTIALS SPUR INSURANCE MARKET

   With the cost of the average American wedding reaching about $26,000, insurers are selling policies to protect against losses from extreme weather, illness -- even a sudden change of heart.

   10. HOW SOCHI'S OTHER HALF LIVES

   While state-run TV trains its cameras on all the new construction, thousands of ordinary people in the host city for the Winter Olympics put up with squalor.

 

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