National & World News
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. NO LET-UP OF SHOCK WAVES FROM BREXIT
Britain's decision to remove itself from the European Union brings more political turmoil as Scotland's leader threatens to block the move.
2. IRAQ ADVANCES IN FIGHT AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE GROUP
A senior Iraqi military commander declares the city of Fallujah "fully liberated" from the extremists.
3. WHAT'S CAUSE FOR CELEBRATION IN PANAMA
Fireworks explode as a huge container ship makes the inaugural passage through the newly expanded Panama Canal.
4. SEVERAL STABBED IN VIOLENT CLASH IN SACRAMENTO
The injuries come as counter-protesters confront right-wing extremists who planned to rally outside the California state Capitol building.
5. WHO'S STRUCK UP AN UNUSUAL FRIENDSHIP
The campaign managers for Clinton and Sanders have become a powerful political odd couple and are engineering a graceful conclusion to the hard-fought Democratic contest.
6. TURKEY RANKLED BY POPE'S CHOICE OF WORDS
The pontiff defends his use of the term "genocide" to describe the Ottoman-era slaughter of Armenians, saying that's how he has always referred to the massacre. The Turks have long rejected the term.
7. WHY TONE OF PRIDE PARADES WAS DIFFERENT
The massacre at a Florida gay nightclub tempers this year's gay pride parades, in which thousands marched in the U.S.
8. ROLLER COASTER DERAILS IN SCOTLAND
The crash of the Tsunami coaster ride at a theme park in Motherwell injures eight children and two adults.
9. PURPLE ONE TAKES CENTER STAGE AT AWARDS CEREMONY
The BET Awards plays like "The Prince Tribute Show" with performers honoring the late entertainer.
10. WIMBLEDON MISSING SEVERAL STARS
Rafael Nadal and Victoria Azarenka are sidelined by injuries and won't play this year. Maria Sharapova is serving a suspension for failing a drug test.