Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. MORSI SUPPORTERS SAY 'WE WILL HAPPILY SACRIFICE OUR SOULS'
In Cairo, they fortify two protest camps as Egyptian security officials prepare to move against them.
2. SCORES OF HOUSE REPUBLICANS UNMOVED ON IMMIGRATION
Many of these lawmakers are insulated in districts where immigration activists don't venture.
3. ABDUCTED TODDLER FOUND 'IN GOOD CONDITION'
Search for the 2-year-old boy, Isaiah Perez, had begun after two bodies were discovered at a home in Johnston, R.I.
4. WHERE EDWARD SNOWDEN'S DAD IS HEADING NEXT
Lon Snowden has secured documents to visit his son in Russia.
5. UNWANTED ATTENTION FOR HILLARY CLINTON
Anthony Weiner's sexting scandal and an investigation into the Va. governor's race recall problematic chapters of her past.
6. IT LOOKS LIKE A SETTLEMENTS-FOR-PRISONERS TRADE-OFF IN MIDEAST
Israel approved building 1,200 more homes and agreed to release 26 Palestinians on the eve of peace talks.
7. WHY US RETAILERS ARE KEEPING TABS ON WHAT YOU RETURN
Companies want to identify chronic returners and gangs that swap stolen merchandise for credit, writes AP's Jennifer C. Kerr.
8. WHO'S TO BLAME FOR DRUG OVERDOSE DEATHS
Prosecutors in many states are increasingly going after dealers to combat heroin.
9. IN NORWAY, LOOK WHO IS ONE-UPPING A CASH CAB
Taxi riders are surprised to find their prime minister behind the wheel, in an undercover stunt to find out "what people really think."
10. FIRST-TIME CHAMP NEARLY PERFECT, FROM TEE TO GREEN
Jason Dufner hit his way to a two-stroke victory over Jim Furyk for the PGA Championship.