Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. HOMELAND SECURITY CHIEF ORDERS AIRPORT SECURITY OVERHAUL
The directive follows a report that undercover agents were able to smuggle prohibited items through TSA checkpoints in 67 out of 70 attempts.
2. CONGRESS POISED TO END BULK COLLECTION OF AMERICANS' PHONE DATA
The turn of events is a victory for Edward Snowden, the former NSA contractor who disclosed the records collection by the government in 2013.
3. WHO'S MAKING SPLASHY MAGAZINE DEBUT
Caitlyn Jenner — formerly Bruce — appears on the July cover of Vanity Fair with flowing hair and dressed in a strapless corset.
4. BOAT CARRYING MORE THAN 400 SINKS IN CHINA'S YANGTZE
Rescuers search for survivors after a small cruise ship with more than 450 people aboard sinks in the river in southern China during a cyclone.
5. SUPREME COURT BOOSTS WORKPLACE RELIGIOUS PROTECTIONS
The justices side with a Muslim woman who did not get hired after she showed up to a job interview with Abercrombie & Fitch wearing a black headscarf.
6. HOW ISLAMIC STATE GROUP IS WOOING FOLLOWERS
The extremists' recruitment videos are surprisingly polished, with thrumming beats and Western-style production.
7. CLASH OF PRIORITIES DEFINES '16 DEBATE
As the U.S. presidential campaign takes off, the Republican candidates are stressing terror threats while the Democrats focus on the economy.
8. NO BULL: SITTING TOO MUCH CAN HARM HEALTH
In the first advice of its kind, British experts are recommending office workers stand for at least two hours a day.
9. WHY ENRIQUE IGLESIAS NEEDED RECONSTRUCTIVE HAND SURGERY
The pop singer sliced his fingers when he grabbed a drone hovering near him during a show over the weekend in Tijuana, Mexico.
10. COSMOS HELPING KICK-START US-CUBA DIPLOMACY
The New York soccer club will be the first U.S. pro sports team to play in Cuba since leaders of the two countries announced a thaw in relations.