Ongoing coverage - BP webcam of Gulf oil disaster
9:30 am ET - Afghanistan hearing - Gen. David Petraeus and others testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee on the situation in Afghanistan.
9:30 am ET - Oil safety and security hearing - Leading executives from the world’s top oil companies testify before a House energy subcommittee on oil industry safety and security.
Kroger is recalling some containers of its Deluxe Chocolate Paradise Ice Cream, sold in 17 states, because it may contain tree nuts that are not listed on the label, the grocery chain said Tuesday.
Nuts can cause life-threatening reactions in people who are allergic.
In June 2007, the current Republican candidate for governor of California allegedly became angry at an eBay employee and shoved her in an executive conference room.
The New York Times, after interviewing multiple anonymous sources with knowledge of the incident, reports that Young Mi Kim was preparing the eBay chief for a news media interview when the dispute began.
According to the newspaper, Kim hired a lawyer after the incident, but the dispute was resolved under the supervision of a private mediator, and the company paid Kim a six-figure settlement.
Kim, who is now an eBay senior manager for corporate and executive communications, said in an e-mail that she and Whitman had overcome their differences.
An update from London on some of the international stories we expect to develop on Tuesday:
Kyrgyzstan clashes – Uzbekistan has closed its border with Kyrgyzstan after tens of thousands of ethnic Uzbeks attempt to flee the most serious outbreak of ethnic violence in ten years. The Central Asian nation's news agency AKI Press reports the death toll has risen to 170. Read the full story
Northern Ireland inquiry - The results of an inquiry into the Bloody Sunday shootings in Northern Ireland in 1972 will be unveiled Tuesday. Thirteen people died when British soldiers opened fire during a civil rights march in Derry. The Inquiry has taken 12 years and cost more than $600m.