--There have been bitter exchanges in the European parliament during a debate on the UK's vote to leave the EU. Much of the anger was aimed at leading Leave campaigner, UKIP's Nigel Farage, who was booed and at one point accused of using "Nazi propaganda". But in his speech Mr Farage told parliament members "you as a political project are in denial". He said hardly any of them had ever done a proper job in their lives, or created one.
--The ratings agency Standard & Poor's is stripping the United Kingdom of its top credit grade, after last week's vote to leave the European Union. Fitch Ratings also has downgraded the UK a notch. Markets took another tumble...after wiping out $974 Billion in value between Friday and Monday, it's the largest 2-day loss on record. And the biggest S&P 500 2-day loss since August 24, 2015.
After touring flood damage in Greenbrier and Kanawha Counties, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said it will take an extended period for the Mountain State to recover.
--Donald Trump taking some heat for remaining mum over the Supreme Court's abortion ruling.
--Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton came out swinging in their first campaign stop together.
The House Select Committee on Events Surrounding the 2012 Terrorist Attack in Benghazi is scheduled to release its final report Tuesday. This is the report produced by the Committee’s Republican majority. The Democrats on the Committee released their report Monday.
In the biggest abortion decision in 25 years, the Supreme Court voted 5 to 3 to overturn controversial restrictions on abortions in Texas ... saying they placed an undue burden on women's access to care. Activists say that despite the high court ruling, some of the 20-plus clinics that closed statewide because of the law likely won't reopen.
U-S diplomats stationed in Moscow are complaining to their higher-ups... that the Russians are spying on them. Secretary of State John Kerry has complained directly to Russian President Vladimir Putin... to knock it off.
A Los Angeles Federal judge approved a settlement ending a long-running copyright dispute..."Happy Birthday" is now public domain. Warner Chappell claimed rights to the song and now has agreed to pay back 14 million dollars in fees.
Pat Summitt, the legendary University of Tennessee women's basketball coach, has died, the Pat Summitt Foundation announced Tuesday morning. She was 64. Summitt stepped down as Tennessee's coach in 2012, one year after announcing her diagnosis of early onset dementia, Alzheimer's type. Even after stepping down, Summitt remained involved with the Lady Vols, holding the position of head coach emeritus. Summitt coached the Lady Vols to eight national championships in her 38 seasons and notched 1,098 career victories, more than any other Division I basketball coach.