Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. FBI TO RELEASE SOME ORLANDO SHOOTING RAMPAGE TRANSCRIPTS
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says parts of the conversations between the gunman within the Pulse gay nightclub and police negotiators will be made public.
2. WHAT GREETS TENS OF THOUSANDS ATTENDING VIGIL FOR VICTIMS
A rainbow appears in the sky as crowds gather in an Orlando, Florida park to mourn and pay tribute to the 49 people slain a week ago in the nightclub massacre.
3. TRUMP: US SHOULD 'SERIOUSLY' CONSIDER PROFILING MUSLIMS
Civil libertarians, Muslims and many members of the candidate's own Republican party strongly disagree, arguing that profiling is unconstitutional.
4. HOW A BRITISH EU EXIT COULD AFFECT ECONOMY
Economists say a "Brexit" would be painful mainly for the United Kingdom itself and less for rest of the Europe — but the consequences for the global economy are tough to estimate.
5. NOW AT 50: 'THE BATTLE GOES ON'
As the National Organization for Women celebrates its 50th anniversary, "So many of the things we fought for have been achieved, but we still do not have full equality," says former president Eleanor Smeal.
6. SCIENTISTS GATHER IN HAWAII FOR CORAL REEF CONSERVATION
Around the globe, consecutive years of coral bleaching have led to some of the most widespread mortality of reefs on record.
7. WHERE HOT WEATHER RAISES WILDFIRE DANGERS
High temperatures and heavy winds in New Mexico fan a 28-square-mile wildfire south of Albuquerque, while other blazes are burning in Los Angeles and eastern Arizona.
8. 'FINDING DORY' BLOWS ANIMATION RECORD OUT OF WATER
The Pixar sequel takes in $136.2 million in North American theaters, making it the highest-grossing animated debut of all time, according to box office estimates.
9. CAVS, WARRIORS BATTLE IN NBA FINALS GAME 7
LeBron James fights to end Cleveland's championship drought, while Stephen Curry shoots for a repeat title.
10. DUSTIN JOHNSON WINS US OPEN AT OAKMONT
Johnson gave three quick fist-pumps when the birdie putt fell on the 18th, and scooped up his son Tatum on Father's Day.