Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. GUNMAN IN NIGHTCLUB RAMPAGE WAS 'HOMEGROWN EXTREMIST,' FBI SAYS
Omar Mateen, who killed 49 people at the club in Orlando, Florida, claimed to support Islamic State extremists, as well opposing groups such as Hezbolla and Nusra Front.
2. VIGILS, RALLIES HELD AROUND US FOR ORLANDO SHOOTING VICTIMS
Large crowds gather for the "OneOrlando Vigil" in the city where the rampage occurred, while other memorials are being held across the country.
3. WHY SHOOTER HAD COME TO THE FBI's ATTENTION YEARS AGO
Officials scrutinized Omar Mateen for making radical, violent statements in 2013, then investigated him again in 2014 because he was casually acquainted with a suicide bomber.
4. HOW PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES RESPOND TO NIGHTCLUB SHOOTINGS
Donald Trump vows to impose bans on immigrants from parts of the world associated with terrorism, while Hillary Clinton warns that demonizing all Muslims would only play into the hands of extremists.
5. WHO MAKES PLEA FOR BRITAIN TO REMAIN IN EU
Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown calls for Labour Party supporters to vote to stay in the European Union.
6. PROSECUTOR: FEDEX KNEW IT WAS DELIVERING ILLEGAL PRESCRIPTION DRUGS
The shipping giant is in court to answer charges that it delivered millions of packages of pharmaceuticals to people who had not been examined by a doctor.
7. WHAT APPLE PROMISES AT ANNUAL TECH CONFERENCE
The company is working to make its iPhone and other gadgets smarter, and building more artificial intelligence into its Siri digital assistant.
8. 'HAMILTON' DRAWS BIG VIEWING AUDIENCE FOR TONYS
Some 8.73 million viewers tune in to the broadcast, up 35 percent from last year.
9. SMALLER, FASTER XBOX ONE GAME CONSOLES UNVEILED
Microsoft will roll out a new, slimmer version of the video game console later this year and a more powerful one that's due in 2017.
10. GOLDEN STATE STAR DRAYMOND GREEN SITS OUT GAME 5
The power forward is suspended due to a scuffle with LeBron James, as the Warriors try to finish off the Cavs in the NBA finals.