Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. THE AMERICANS MOST LIKELY TO GET AUDITED
The IRS has identified small-business owners near San Francisco, Houston, Atlanta or DC as probable tax cheats.
2. A DAY ALL EYES ARE ON NORTH KOREA
It's the birthday of founding father Kim Il Sung, and Pyongyang has often used major national holidays to show off military power.
3. VENEZUELA'S NEXT LEADER IS...
Voters choose between Hugo Chavez's hand-picked successor and an emboldened second-time challenger.
4. WHY THE SELF-DEFENSE ARGUMENT FOR GUNS IS COMPLICATED
Researchers provide little clarity on how often Americans use firearms to protect themselves.
5. AL-SHABAB ISLAMIC EXTREMISTS STORM SOMALIA'S SUPREME COURT
The attack shows the country's most dangerous militant group may be down but not defeated.
6. WHAT SOME US CATHOLIC ORDERS DIDN'T REVEAL
The organizations may have sent pedophile priests to new parishes in the same way the larger church shuffled problem clergy.
7. NYPD'S 'LUCKY BAGS' UNDER SCRUTINY
A court ruling casts a harsh light on using planted, unattended wallets and "bait cars" to snare crooks.
8. CLASSICAL MUSIC FOR A CAPTIVE AUDIENCE
Chicago Symphony Orchestra organizes a concert at a juvenile detention center to inspire at-risk youth.
9. BIEBER'S ANNE FRANK COMMENT DRAWS IRE
In a guestbook at the museum memorializing the Holocaust victim, the pop star writes that he hopes she "would have been a Belieber."
10. THE FIRST AUSSIE TO WEAR THE GREEN JACKET
Adam Scott beats Angel Cabrera on the second hole of a soggy playoff to win the Masters.