Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. TRUMP SAYS ELECTION COULD BE RIGGED
The Republican presidential nominee makes an unprecedented assertion by a modern presidential candidate, one he did not back up with any immediate evidence.
2. WHO IS DEMANDING TRUMP APOLOGIZE
Families of American service members killed in combat, as Trump feuds with the grieving parents of a fallen, decorated Muslim Army captain.
3. TRUMP IS BUFFETTED
Billionaire investor Warren Buffet savages Trump's business record, questioning his bankruptcies and asking why the Republican won't release his tax returns.
4. DAILY INTELLIGENCE BRIEFINGS TO BEGIN FOR CANDIDATES
Trump and Hillary Clinton will soon start getting top-secret intelligence briefings, as Democrats and Republicans bicker over whether the candidates can keep a secret.
5. WHERE HEALTH OFFICICIALS ARE WARNING PREGNANT WOMEN TO STAY AWAY
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells couples who have been to a Zika-stricken part of Miami to put off having children.
6. RIO'S WATERWAYS REMAIN AS FILTHY AS EVER
Just days ahead of the Olympic Games, an AP-commissioned study finds the city's water contaminated with raw human sewage and teeming with dangerous viruses and bacteria.
7. COURT RECORDS SHOW HOT AIR BALLOON PILOT SPENT TIME IN PRISON
The Texas businessman kept flying despite at least four convictions for drunken driving. Whether drinking habits had anything to do with the crash that killed 16 people on Saturday is unclear.
8. WHERE ANOTHER VOTER ID LAW WAS BLOCKED
A federal judge has blocked North Dakota's voter identification law after a Native American group said it unfairly burdens them, the latest court ruling against voting laws that critics say harm minorities.
9. HOW A SHOOTING SUSPECT ALLEGEDLY PREPARED
Police say a 19-year-old man who shot and killed three people at a party in suburban Seattle was so unfamiliar with his new semi-automatic rifle that he parked his car across the street and read the AR-15's instruction manual just before the attack.
10. WHO THE YANKEES HAVE TRADED AWAY
Star outfielder Carlos Beltran is out of the Bronx, along with pitchers Aroldis Chapman, Andrew Miller and Ivan Nova. The rebuilding Yankees will fight to avoid their first losing season since 1992.