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6 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 Tuesday:
    
1. PUTIN ORDERS WITHDRAWAL OF MOST RUSSIAN FORCES FROM SYRIA
    
He says he hopes the move will contribute to the success of peace talks aimed at ending the Syrian civil war.
    
2.  HOW HISTORY MIGHT BE REPEATING ITSELF
    
The recent dark turn of the presidential campaign fuels fear that the U.S. is careering into a time of turmoil similar to the 1960s.
    
3. MARYLAND POLICEMAN KILLED BY FRIENDLY FIRE
    
The undercover officer was killed by his own colleagues as he responded to an attack on his police station by a gunman with a death wish, the police chief says.
    
4. ISLAMIC STATE FIGHTER SURRENDERS IN IRAQ
    
The 26-year-old identifies himself as a Palestinian from the U.S., and American authorities are trying to confirm that he is a U.S. citizen.
    
5. WHY AMTRAK TRAIN DERAILED IN RURAL KANSAS
    
Investigators are checking whether a vehicle crash may have damaged the tracks before the accident.
    
6. RAIN A BOON FOR DROUGHT-STRICKEN CALIFORNIA
    
Four straight days of wet weather replenish several key reservoirs, raising optimism that restrictions on water use may be eased in the months ahead.
 

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