Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. EMIRATES CITES 'INCIDENT' AT DUBAI AIRPORT
Video posted online shows smoke coming from a plane at the scene and the Dubai government says all 300 passengers and crew on board the aircraft are "evacuated safely."
2. TRUMP TAUNTS REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP
By declaring he's "just not there yet," the billionaire businessman violates another political norm by refusing to endorse Paul Ryan and John McCain, matching their own reluctance to back him for president.
3. KOREAN MISSILE REACHES SEA OF JAPAN
A medium-range ballistic rocket fired by North Korea flies about 620 miles and lands near Japan's territorial waters, one of the longest flights by a North Korean missile.
4. HAVE NO FEAR, RIO CAN THROW A PARTY
If previous Olympics are a guide, once the competitions start, most if not all of the problems fade to the background — at least for the athletes, tourists and millions watching around the world.
5. WHERE AMERICANS ACTUALLY AGREE
Survey data, academic research and conversations with people across the U.S. show consensus not only on such matters as sports or pop culture, but on deep beliefs and even some polarizing issues.
6. 'IT WAS A VERY UGLY ACCIDENT'
A charter bus is nearly sliced in half after plowing into a pole on a rural California highway, killing five people and leaving the survivors amid a nightmare of screams and severed limbs.
7. WHAT NYC'S TOP COP IS FACING
James O'Neill, New York City's new police commissioner, will be tasked with improving a rocky relationship with minorities.
8. CHINA'S COMMUNIST PARTY CRACKING DOWN ON DISSENT
A Chinese legal rights activist is sentenced to 7 ½ years in prison on subversion charges, the second in a series of cases underscoring Beijing's determination to rein in government critics.
9. DESPITE PLEDGES, HARDSHIP FOR MIDEAST SCHOOLS
Schools in the Middle East are facing major budget shortfalls ahead of the new academic year, leaving some 1 million Syrian refugee children out of the classroom, a global children's charity finds.
10. OBAMA SETTLES ON LIBRARY LOCATION
The Obama Foundation is set to unveil details about its plan to build the 44th U.S. president's library in a lakeside park in Chicago's South Side.