Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. TRUMP FOES FACE DIMINISHED OPTIONS AT CONVENTION
Republicans and conservatives opposed to the billionaire businessman can still fight over the party's platform and his choice of a vice presidential nominee.
2. HARD-TALKING MAYOR FAVORED TO BE NEXT PHILIPPINE PRESIDENT
Filipinos line up to vote for a president that opinion polls show will likely be Rodrigo Duterte, the 71-year-old who gained popularity with his pledges to kill criminals and end corruption within six months.
3. WHAT MAY AID CANADIAN WILDFIRES FIGHT
Cooler temperatures and light rain have officials optimistic they've reached a turning point on getting a handle on a massive blaze that has devastated parts of Fort McMurray, Alberta.
4. INVITED MEDIA FINDING NORTH KOREA CONGRESS HARD TO COVER
Pyongyang is expelling a BBC journalist for allegedly "insulting the dignity" of the authoritarian country, while it continues to keep other foreign press away from its ruling party proceedings.
5. NORTH CAROLINA FACES DEADLINE TO ABANDON LGBT LAW
The U.S. Justice Department warns that the new law violates civil rights protections against sex discrimination at work and in education.
6. GERMAN VILLAGE WITH BIG REFUGEE CAMP DEFIES FEARS OF TROUBLE
The shelter in a former office complex in the tiny town of Sumte brings benefits including dozens of jobs to the isolated rural region of northern Germany.
7. WHO IS SIGNALING URGENCY WITH ZIKA
The White House and Democrats are pressuring congressional Republicans to act on Obama's demands for $1.9 billion to combat the virus.
8. TREASURY SECRETARY HEADS TO PUERTO RICO
Jacob Lew is calling attention to the effect the U.S. territory's $70 billion debt crisis is having on the millions of Americans who live there and to the GOP-led Congress' struggle to come up with a solution.
9.STUDY: E-CIGARETTE POISONINGS SURGE IN CHILDREN
Researchers say the results highlight a need for better parent awareness about the importance of keeping the devices out of sight and reach of young kids.
10. IT'S 'WOE, CANADA' FOR HEAT STAR
Dwyane Wade's warm-up shots during the Canadian national anthem spark some outrage.