10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. OBAMA PRESSES KENYA TO CONFRONT CORRUPTION
Closing out a visit to the country of his father's birth, the U.S. president tells a crowd in Nairobi that the nation must root out government fraud, treat women and minorities better, and take responsibility for its future.
2. HIGH COSTS, LOW ENROLLMENTS VEX SOME STATE-RUN HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETS
States facing such challenges may join forces to create regional health care exchanges, or seek more federal assistance.
3. WHY SENIOR SENATE REPUBLICANS REBUKE TED CRUZ
As the Senate met for a rare Sunday session, three senators spoke out against Sen. Cruz's accusations that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had lied.
4. HOW ACQUAINTANCES RECALL LAFAYETTE THEATER GUNMAN
A former neighbors says John Russell Houser was "mean as a snake and dangerous" while others say his life was on a collision course with disaster.
5. WHERE A HISTORY OF RACIAL TENSION RESURFACES
The jailhouse death of Sandra Bland causes some blacks to raise their guard around police in Hempstead, Texas, once known as "Six Shooter Junction" due to white supremacist violence in the 1800s.
6. `IF YOU'RE NOT ON THE STAGE YOU'RE IRRELEVANT'
That's how Republican pollster Frank Luntz sums up the upcoming GOP presidential debate, which has a large field of White House hopefuls fighting for 10 open slots.
7. SEARCH FOR TEEN FISHERMEN CONTINUES
The Coast Guard finds their capsized boat but no sign of two 14-year-olds off Florida's Atlantic Coast.
8. FIAT CHRYSLER MUST OFFER TO BUY BACK 500,000 RAM PICKUPS
The trucks, which are the company's top-selling vehicle, have defective steering parts that can cause drivers to lose control.
9. BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN, DAUGHTER OF WHITNEY HOUSTON, DEAD
The 22-year-old died at Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Georgia, about six months after she was found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub in a suburban Atlanta home.
10. THREE DOMINANT PITCHERS AND A SLUGGER ENSHRINED IN BASEBALL HALL
Randy Johnson, Pedro Martinez, John Smoltz and Craig Biggio receive their plaques at Cooperstown, N.Y.