Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. HILLARY CLINTON WINS HISTORIC NOMINATION
Primary rival Bernie Sanders helps make the choice official — an important show of unity for a Democratic Party trying to heal deep divisions.
2. WHICH GLASS CEILING HILLARY'S HUSBAND COULD BREAK
If his wife wins on Election Day, Bill Clinton would become both the first male to be a first spouse and the first former president to reoccupy the White House.
3. ISLAMIC STATE GROUP CROSSES NEW THRESHOLD
An elderly priest celebrating Mass is slain in Normandy in the extremist group's first attack against a church in the West.
4. STABBINGS AT HOME FOR MENTALLY DISABLED RAISE SECURITY FEARS IN JAPAN
The 19 deaths at the facility lead to questions about whether the nation's reputation as one of the safest in the world is creating a false sense of security.
5. HOW APPLE IS PIVOTING AS IPHONE SALES CONTINUE TO SAG
The company is extolling the virtues of its mobile apps and online services — just about the only part of its business that's growing right now.
6. FALLOUT FROM DOPING SCANDAL BRUISES RUSSIA
At least 105 athletes from the country's Olympic team are barred from the Rio Games.
7. DEATHS OF KIDS IN HOT CARS PROMPT PLEAS TO PARENTS
The number of such deaths this year across the U.S. rises to at least 23 — nearly the total for all of last year.
8. WHAT'S SUPPRESSING BEE POPULATIONS
A study finds that a common insecticide kills much of the sperm created by male drone honey bees, adding to the problem with dwindling numbers of the pollinators.
9. ACTRESS WHO PLAYED TV PSYCHIC DIES AT 53
Youree Dell Harris, as the Jamaican psychic Miss Cleo, claimed to know callers' futures in ubiquitous TV infomercials and commercials.
10. ROGER FEDERER OUT OF OLYMPICS, US OPEN
The Swiss superstar says he will miss the rest of the tennis season to protect his surgically repaired left knee.