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

1. CLINTON AIDES PROMISE TO RELEASE MORE OF HER MEDICAL RECORDS

Democrats say Clinton’s bout of pneumonia alone is unlikely to fundamentally alter the presidential race, but some say it adds to a growing sense of uncertainty.

2. TRUMP STANDS UP FOR BACKERS AGAINST CLINTON’S ‘DEPLORABLES’ REMARK

Even as Trump defended his backers, one lashed out at protesters at a rally by appearing to punch and slap them.

3. QUIET REPORTED IN MOST OF SYRIA AS CEASE-FIRE COMES INTO EFFECT

But the most powerful rebel groups have shown deep misgivings over the truce deal, which was crafted without their input.

4. ARSONIST SOUGHT IN FIRE THAT DAMAGED MOSQUE ATTENDED BY ORLANDO GUNMAN

A surveillance video showed a man on a motorcycle approaching the building with a bottle of liquid and some papers, then leaving when there was a flash.

5. WHERE FARMWORKERS ARE NOW ENTITLED TO OVERTIME PAY

A new law in California is the first of its kind in the U.S. to end the 80-year-old practice of applying separate labor rules to agricultural laborers.

6. NCAA PULLS 7 CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS FROM NORTH CAROLINA DUE TO LGBT LAW

The events include opening-weekend men’s basketball tournament games.

7. HOW A STUDY SHOWS SUGAR INDUSTRY TRIED TO SHAPE HEART DISEASE SCIENCE

An analysis of newly uncovered documents finds that the industry began funding research that cast doubt on sugar’s role and pointed the finger at fat.

8. WHAT ABBY WAMBACH SAYS ABOUT HER TROUBLES WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE

Soccer’s most prolific international goal scorer tells the AP, “I was stubborn and I was in denial.”

9. MEMPHIS HOUSE FIRE LEAVES SIX CHILDREN AND THREE ADULTS DEAD

The city’s deadliest house fire in decades was caused by an electrical malfunction in an air conditioning unit’s power cord in the living room.

10. WHO RAISED THEIR FISTS IN PROTEST AFTER NATIONAL ANTHEM

Three Tennessee Titans say they made the gesture to honor the victims and heroes of 9/11, and to bring attention to the ongoing unequal treatment of minorities.

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