Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. SYRIA CALLS CHEMICAL WEAPONS DEAL A 'VICTORY'
But the U.S. warns "the threat of force is real" if Damascus fails to carry out the U.S.-Russia brokered plan.
2. WHO MAY BE NEXT UP TO LEAD FED
After Lawrence Summers pulls out of consideration to be the next chair of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen may be next on Obama's list.
3. WHY THERE'S CONCERN OVER U.S. BRIDGES
An AP analysis of 607,380 bridges in the National Bridge Inventory shows that 65,605 were classified as "structurally deficient."
4. FLOODS TRANSFORM COLORADO'S 'GORE-TEX VORTEX'
Days of rain and floods turn the mountain communities in Colorado's Rocky Mountain foothills from a paradise into a disaster area.
5. UNARMED MAN SHOT BY POLICE WAS EX-ATHLETE
A Charlotte, N.C., police officer is charged with voluntary manslaughter in the death of former Florida A&M University football player Jonathan A. Ferrell.
6. TWITTER IPO MAY RIVAL FACEBOOK FOR HYPE
The short messaging service will need to become an ad behemoth and prove that it can also make money.
7. BOMBINGS KILL 58 ACROSS IRAQ
The attacks in mostly Shiite-majority cities are another reminder of governmental failure to stem the violence that is feeding sectarian tensions.
8. FREE YOUTUBE! PAKISTAN BAN FACES COURT ACTION
A debate over how to reconcile Internet rights is coupled with public sentiment that Islam needs special protections.
9. IN THE MISS AMERICA RUNNING
Miss Kansas, a tattooed Army sergeant, and Miss Iowa, born without part of one arm, are competing for the crown.
10. MANNING BOWL IS PEYTON'S PLACE — AGAIN
Peyton Manning and Broncos again outduel younger brother Eli and the Giants 41-23 in the third meeting between the NFL QB siblings.