Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. CLINTON STAFF REVIEWED REMARKS, QUESTIONS FOR EVENTS
Emails obtained by The Associated Press reveal the kind of image-control apparatus that could be deployed in a Clinton White House.
2. CLINTON TO ATTACK TRUMP ON WORLD POLITICS
The Democratic presidential front-runner will unleash a major foreign policy attack on the presumptive GOP nominee, using a speech to cast the billionaire businessman as unqualified and dangerous.
3. UCLA TRIES TO MOVE ON AFTER DEADLY AND CHAOTIC DAY
Classes resume at the Los Angeles university following a murder-suicide that locked down the campus, while police try to determine what led to the shooting in a small office of an engineering building.
4. SYRIA REFUGEES KEPT BEHIND FENCES AMID SECURITY FEARS
But the new arrangement designed to speed up admissions at Jordan's Azraq camp is barely making a dent, and crowds are expected to grow to 100,000 by the end of the year.
5. TRUMP UNIVERSITY MODEL: SELL HARD, DEMAND TO SEE A WARRANT
Once-confidential manuals for the real estate seminar company show the business encouraged high-pressure sales tactics and recognized it faced legal risks.
6. OBAMA TO ADDRESS AIR FORCE GRADS
The president is giving his final commencement speech to U.S. military members coming of age amid fresh global threats that seem to be pulling the U.S. back into conflicts with uncertain ends.
7. GUILT AND APOLOGY FIVE DECADES AFTER CHINA'S CULTURAL REVOLUTION
Dozens of people who committed violence in the name of ideological purity step forward to take responsibility and show contrition, yet saying sorry remains rare.
8. ZOO CASE IN LIMBO
No decision has been made yet on whether charges will be brought against the parents of a 3-year-old boy who fell into a gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo.
9. HOW FEDS ARE DEALING WITH PAYDAY LENDERS
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing a clampdown on providers of high-interest loans, saying borrowers need to be protected from practices that wind up turning into "debt traps."
10. WHAT'S IN STORE FOR BAY AREA THIS WEEKEND
Northern California will be the center of the sports universe when it plays host to both the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Final. BAY AREA GLORY