10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. CLINTON ROLLS OUT PLAN FOR MENTAL ILLNESSES
The Democratic presidential candidate says mental health services must be part of the nation's care system.
2. WHO IS PROCLAIMING HER INNOCENCE
Brazil's Dilma Rousseff warns lawmakers that history will judge them harshly if they vote to oust her for breaking fiscal rules.
3. GENE WILDER DIES AT 83
His unforgettable roles included the neurotic accountant in "The Producers" and the mad scientist of "Young Frankenstein,"
4. WHAT THE U.S. WANTS FROM TURKEY
Washington is urging Turkish troops and Kurdish forces in Syria to stop fighting, saying it hinders efforts to defeat IS.
5. TRUMP PLANS SPEECH ON IMMIGRATION ON WEDNESDAY
Expelling immigrants in the U.S. illegally has been a major tenet of the Republican's campaign, but lately he has appeared unsure about how it would work.
5. VA SAYS FORMER MARINE WHO KILLED BATON ROUGE OFFICERS DID NOT HAVE PTSD
Doctors instead said Gavin Long was suffering from an "adjustment disorder with depressed mood."
6. PERMANENT CEASE-FIRE TAKES EFFECT IN COLOMBIA
It is a major step toward ending 52 years of bloody combat between the government and the country's biggest rebel group.
7. WHICH POLITICAL COUPLE IS CALLING IT QUITS
Clinton aide Huma Abedin says she is leaving husband Anthony Weiner over yet another sexting scandal.
8. WHY MEXICO'S TOP POLICE CHIEF LOST HIS JOB
The country's human rights commission is alleging that federal police "executed arbitrarily" at least 22 suspected drug cartel members.
9. HUNDREDS ATTEND FUNERAL OF TWO SLAIN NUNS
Sisters Margaret Held and Paula Merrill spent decades helping the needy and were found stabbed to death last week in their Mississippi home.
10. RAFAEL NADAL PLAYS US OPEN WITH HEALING WRIST
Nadal won his first Grand Slam match in three months, against 107th-ranked Denis Istomin, but his coach says the wrist needs 'a little more time.'