Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. 'THERE HAVE BEEN SO MANY AFTERSHOCKS. IT DOESN'T STOP'
That's how Rajendra Dhungana of Kathmandu describes the horror and exhaustion in Nepal as the death toll from the massive earthquake soars above 3,200.
2. MOURNERS GRIEVE ANOTHER BLACK MAN WHO DIED AFTER POLICE ENCOUNTER
In Baltimore, a stream of people file past the casket of Freddie Gray, who lost his life after suffering spinal injuries following an arrest.
3. WHAT'S AT STAKE IN SUPREME COURT GAY MARRIAGE ARGUMENTS
Justices this week will consider whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry, or if states can define marriage as between a man and a woman.
4. WHO STUDIED BRAIN DISORDERS BEFORE MASS MURDER
The death penalty trial for James Holmes may help show what turned a seemingly dedicated scholar into a sadistic killer, accused of slaying 12 people in a Colorado theater.
5. WEB BILLIONAIRES FACE OFF IN RENEWED TEXAS SPACE RACE
PayPal co-founder Elon Musk, Amazon's Jeff Bezos take different paths in launching a new era of commercial space operations.
6. SUPPORTERS OF IRAN BILL DEALING WITH DISSENT
Some senators are determined to change legislation that would empower Congress to review and potentially reject any Iran nuclear deal.
7. DRONES MAY BE UNINVITED GUESTS
As drones proliferate, people who manage outdoor land and recreation will find it tough to manage them, an official says.
8. MARATHON BOMBER'S LAWYERS PREPARE CASE TO SPARE HIS LIFE
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's attorneys will try to make their case in court this week that he should be sentenced to life in prison — not death.
9. YOUNG WOMEN JAILED IN RUSSIA FOR TWERKING
The girls are behind bars for making a video showing them shaking their backsides next to a World War II memorial.
10. LEBRON, CAVS SWEEP CELTICS, ADVANCE
It's the first postseason series win for the Cavs since 2010, before James left for Miami.