Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. AMERICAN RAID IN TRIPOLI ANGERS LIBYA
The U.S. special forces operation that nabbed a suspected al-Qaida figure is dubbed a "kidnapping" by Libyan officials.
2. 51 DIE IN BLOODIEST CLASHES IN EGYPT IN NEARLY 2 MONTHS
The violence erupts as supporters of ousted Islamist President Morsi and backers of the military that deposed him pour into the streets and turn on each other.
3. US EDGES CLOSER TO FIRST-EVER DEFAULT
Boehner again rules out a House vote on a straightforward bill to boost the nation's debt limit without concessions from Obama.
4. HOT TOPICS AWAIT SUPREME COURT IN NEW TERM
The justices will consider cases on campaign contribution limits, mortgage discrimination, recess appointments and other controversial issues.
5. FAMILIES SHUN RISK 5 YEARS AFTER FINANCIAL CRISIS
An AP analysis shows households in major countries around the world continue to spend warily, have cut borrowing and increased savings.
6. MONSTER TRUCK RAMS CROWD IN MEXICO
After leaping over cars that it was crushing, the vehicle careers out of control, killing eight and injuring dozens.
7. WHERE CUBANS ARE FINDING FRESH CONFLICT
In Miami, a rapid influx of Cuban immigrants is causing friction with older generations of Cuban Americans.
8. FAILED ADOPTIONS SPUR CALLS FOR REFORM
Among the more gruesome cases: An Ethiopian teen who was beaten and starved by her adoptive parents in Washington state.
9. WHO'S BOUNCING BACK FROM BOSTON BOMBING
Victims who lost legs in the deadly attack are learning how to run again with prosthetics, aided by an organization devoted to helping the disabled.
10. DRIVER, FANS HURT IN VIOLENT INDYCAR CRASH
Dario Franchitti, a three-time Indianapolis 500 winner, is hospitalized and 13 spectators are treated after his car plows into a fence, showering debris.