10 Things to Know for Tuesday

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Posted: May 01, 2017 9:14 PM
10 Things to Know for Tuesday

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

1. WHITE HOUSE, TOP LAWMAKERS ENDORSE $1.1T SPENDING BILL

The agreement erases the threat of a disruptive government shutdown and underscores the clout Democrats retain in Donald Trump's turbulent presidency.

2. WHO TRUMP SAYS HE 'WOULD BE HONORED' TO MEET

The U.S. president says he would consider face-to-face talks with globally shunned North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at a time of high nuclear tensions.

3. FOX CO-PRESIDENT IS OUT IN ANOTHER HIGH-LEVEL DEPARTURE

Bill Shine leaves the news channel that's beset with charges of sexual harassment and discrimination.

4. SHOOTING SUSPECT FOUND DEAD IN DALLAS HOME

Police believe the deceased man shot and critically injured a paramedic who was tending to a separate gunshot victim.

5. 'HE GRABBED HIM BY THE SHOULDER AND SHOVED THE KNIFE IN IT'

Student Rachel Prichett describes a knife attack at the University of Texas campus that killed one person and injured three others.

6. WHAT STAYS, WHAT GOES IN SCHOOL LUNCHES

Schools won't have to cut more salt from meals just yet and some will be able to serve kids fewer whole grains, under changes to federal nutrition standards.

7. ON MAY DAY, THOUSANDS ACROSS US MARCH FOR LABOR

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Demonstrators from New England to California also rage against President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

8. WHERE EMBATTLED PRESIDENT CALLS FOR NEW CONSTITUTION

Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro seeks the changes in the face of intensifying protests in the economically flailing South American nation.

9. TRUMP SUGGESTS OLD HICKORY COULD HAVE PREVENTED CIVIL WAR

Trump remarks that President Andrew Jackson was angry about "what was happening" with regard to the war — which started 16 years after his death.

10. MET GALA HONORS DESIGNER REI KAWAKUBO

Many of the night's highlights focus on luminaries who channeled honoree Rei Kawakubo, including Rihanna encased in fluttery petal-like pieces.