(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Tuesday on CNN:
--President Donald Trump vowed to unilaterally end birthright citizenship during an interview with Axios released Tuesday. The executive order would defy the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, which states, "All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States."
--Notorious and much-feared former Boston mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger was killed in a West Virginia prison on Tuesday morning, officials told CNN. "Hopefully the seven years he spent in prison as well as his recent death brings some closure to the families of his many victims," Brian Kelly, one of the former federal prosecutors who tried Bulger, said in a statement.
--Six-year-old twin boys and their 9-year-old sister were killed Tuesday morning in rural Rochester, Indiana, when they were hit by a pickup truck as they crossed a road to get to their school bus, officials said.
-- Apple unveiled what it's calling the biggest change to the iPad since its inception eight years ago during a keynote event in Brooklyn. CEO Tim Cook shared plans for the new iPad Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini.
-- Pharrell Williams' attorney sent a cease and desist letter to Donald Trump on Monday asking the President to stop playing Williams' song "Happy" during events. Trump recently played the song during a rally just hours after a gunman killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue.
-- Sen. Chuck Grassley wants to know why the US Air Force spent over $300,000 on reheatable coffee cups over the past three years. According to a report released this summer, the cups purchased by the 60th Aerial Port Squadron at Travis Air Force Base were $1,280 each.
-- After exchanging blows on social media for weeks, Cardi B and Nicki Minaj have finally called a truce. Both rappers asked their fans to move past the drama and focus on keeping things positive going forward.
-- Before you put those finishing touches on your Halloween costume check out this handy flowchart to make sure your outfit isn't offensive. Better safe than sorry.