Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday
1. WHO'S COUNTING DELEGATES
White House front-runners Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are driving for challenge-proof delegate majorities against rivals who won't go away.
2. QUESTION TIME FOR UK PRIME MINISTER
David Cameron faces British lawmakers for the first time since the Panama Papers scandal shed light on the tax-haven tactics of the rich and famous.
3. 102 DEAD IN INDIAN TEMPLE FIRE
The Hindu temple in southern India was packed with thousands for a religious festival when the fireworks began, an unauthorized pyrotechnic display that went horribly wrong.
5. A MASTERS MELTDOWN
In a stunning turn of events, Britain's Danny Willett wins the Masters after defending champ Jordan Spieth collapses on the back side.
5. SPORTS WORLD MOURNS SHOOTING DEATH OF FORMER NFL PLAYER
Former New Orleans Saints player Will Smith was shot during an argument after a traffic accident.
6. NO APOLOGY
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry won't say sorry for America's atomic bombing of Hiroshima when he visits a revered memorial.
6. WHO'S THINKING OF BUYING YAHOO
The owner of Britain's Daily Mail is in early discussions over a bid for the ailing U.S. internet company.
7. WHERE THE WORLD'S FUTURE TALLEST BUILDING COULD BE
The developer of the world's tallest building in Dubai says it plans to build an even taller tower in the Mideast commercial hub.
8. KEPLER GOES MISSING
NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft has slipped into emergency mode, 75 million miles away.
9. WARRIORS MAKE HISTORY AGAIN
Stephen Curry had 37 points and the Golden State Warriors beat the San Antonio Spurs for their 72nd victory this season, tying the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls for the NBA's single-season record.
10. BIG CATS BOUNCE BACK
World's wild tiger count is rising for first time in a century.