10 Things to Know for Tuesday

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
   
1. HIGH COURT TO TAKE UP GAY MARRIAGE
   
The Supreme Court's first major examination of gay rights in a decade begins today as public opinion shifts in favor of same-sex marriage.
   
2. US TRAINING SYRIAN REBELS
   
The operation, run by U.S. intelligence, has been going on quietly in Jordan for several months.
   
3. WHEN CYPRUS WILL GET ITS MONEY BACK
   
Most financial institutions won't reopen until Thursday - two days later than authorities had initially said.
   
4. NEW JERSEY'S NEWEST MULTIMILLIONAIRE
   
Pedro Quezada bought the winning lottery ticket for a $338 million Powerball jackpot. He tells reporters his first priority will be helping his family.
   
5. DECISION DUE ON AMANDA KNOX
   
An Italian judge will announce today whether the American student and her former boyfriend have to stand trial again for the 2007 murder of her roommate.
   
6. HOW EXILED RUSSIAN TYCOON DIED
   
British police say Boris Berezovksy died by hanging in the bathroom of his upscale England home.
   
7. WEAPON FOUND IN COLORADO CORRECTIONS CHIEF'S DEATH
   
The gun that a parolee used in a shootout in Texas is the same that killed Tom Clements at his front door.
   
8. WHAT EX-PRESIDENTS BILL TO THE GOVERNMENT
   
Bill Clinton's Harlem office space costs taxpayers nearly $450,000. George W. Bush spent $1.3 million on expenses including telephone fees and travel.
   
9. YAHOO'S NEWEST WHIZ KID
   
Seventeen-year-old Nick D'Aloisio is younger than Yahoo, but sold the company his Summly app to make it easier to read news stories on smartphones.
   
10. WHO'S BACK AT NO. 1
   
Tiger Woods wins his third tournament of the year and reclaims golf's top ranking.

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