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  • Jeff Roberson / AP Photo

    Shortstop Derek Jeter, of the New York Yankees, waves to the crowd during the first inning of the MLB All-Star baseball game, Tuesday, July 15, 2014, in Minneapolis.

  • Russian Emergency Situation Ministry / AP Photo

    CAPTION CORRECTION REMOVES REFERENCE TO CAUSE OF DERAILMENT. THE CAUSE IS UNDER INVESTIGATION In this frame grab provided by the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations shows frame grab from a video showing rescue teams working inside the tunnel where several cars of the wrecked train look almost coiled, occupying the entire space of the tunnel of Moscow subway in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday, July 15, 2014. Workers were seen trying to force open the mangled doors of the car where dead bodies are supposed to be. A rush-hour subway train derailed in Moscow Tuesday, killing more than 20 people and injuring scores, emergency officials said. The cause of the derailment is being investigated.

  • Lefteris Pitarakis / AP Photo

    Palestinian Zahra Sheikh el-Eid, right, cries as she waits for the bodies of her daughter Sarah Omar el-Eid, 4, her husband Omar, 26, and her brother-in-law Jihad, 27, to be brought in a house during their funeral in Rafah, southern Gaza Strip, Tuesday, July 15, 2014. The three were killed by an Israeli strike late Monday. An Egyptian truce proposal for the conflict in Gaza quickly unraveled Tuesday, after the Islamic militant group Hamas rejected the plan.

10 Things to Know for Wednesday

Published: Tuesday, Jul. 15, 2014 - 6:19 pm
Last Modified: Tuesday, Jul. 15, 2014 - 9:45 pm

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

1. ISRAEL: HAMAS TO PAY PRICE FOR ITS 'NO' TO TRUCE

Israel resumes bombarding Gaza after the Islamic militant group rejects an Egyptian truce plan and instead unleashes more rockets.

2. AGENCY TOUGHENS PROTECTIONS FOR PREGNANT WORKERS

New U.S. government guidelines prohibit employers from forcing pregnant workers to take leave and acknowledge that bosses may have to decrease workloads.

3. HOW AN APPEALS COURT RULED IN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CASE

The University of Texas can continue using race as a factor in undergraduate admissions as a way of promoting diversity on campus.

4. 89 KILLED IN WORST AFGHANISTAN BOMBING SINCE 2001

The car bombing underscores the country's instability as U.S. troops prepare to leave.

5. RUSH-HOUR MOSCOW SUBWAY DERAILS; 21 DEAD, 136 HURT

Russian investigators are looking into a fault in one of the train's cars or the sinking of the roadbed.

6. WHO TIPPED OFF ARIZONANS ABOUT IMMIGRANTS

A county sheriff warns residents that a bus carrying Central American children was heading to Oracle, creating a faceoff between protesters and activists.

7. CHURCH LAWYER DETAILS COVER-UP CLAIMS ON SEX ABUSE

Jennifer Haselberger accuses archbishops in Minnesota of lying to the public and of ignoring the U.S. bishops' pledge to have zero tolerance for priests who abuse.

8. ' COMMUNITIES IN DANGER OF RUNNING OUT'

That's what a state regulator says as water use by Californians rises despite the governor's pleas to cut back during the severe drought.

9. WHAT HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON DIDN'T REVEAL ON 'THE DAILY SHOW'

The former secretary of state doesn't say whether she will run for president in 2016, despite persistent questioning from host Jon Stewart.

10. 'THIS IS ABOUT DEREK JETER'

That's what Tampa Bay pitcher David Price says about the 14th and final All-Star Game for the retiring New York Yankees shortstop.



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