Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. OBAMA STEPPING INTO STORM OF EMOTION IN DALLAS SPEECH
When he pays tribute to fallen police officers in Texas on Tuesday, the president will need to comfort the mourning and calm the angry.
2. WHO HAD TAKEN STEPS TO MEND RIFT WITH MINORITIES
Dallas Police Chief David Brown says crime, police shootings and excessive-force complaints have all dropped dramatically on his watch.
3. THERESA MAY TO BECOME UK'S NEXT LEADER
The home secretary is not well-known internationally, but she has served in one of Britain's toughest jobs under David Cameron and will now take charge of talks to separate Britain from the EU.
4. WHY LOCAL REPUBLICAN OFFICIALS FEEL ANXIOUS IN KEY STATES
With early voting beginning in less than three months, a review by The AP reveals that the national GOP has delivered only a fraction of the ground forces detailed in discussions with state leaders earlier in the year.
5. BERNIE SANDERS MAY BE READY TO BACK HILLARY CLINTON
But not all his supporters are prepared to move from revolution to realism.
6. U.S. SENDING 560 MORE TROOPS TO IRAQ
The move is intended to transform a freshly retaken air base into a staging hub for the long-awaited battle to recapture Mosul from Islamic State militants.
7. WHERE NEW LAW TARGETS HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS
Israeli lawmakers pass a measure requiring NGOs to state that they rely on foreign funding in all communication with public officials and on TV, newspapers, billboards and online.
8. NEW RECORD HIGH FOR S&P 500 INDEX
Technology stocks rise the most, while traditional safe-play stocks like utilities and phone companies fall.
9. POKEMON GO APP DRAWS SHERIFF'S IRE
Searching for Pokemon on a popular new smartphone game is not a valid excuse for trespassing, a central Virginia sheriff's office warns.
10. JORDAN SPIETH SKIPPING OLYMPICS
It means the world's top four golfers will not be in Rio de Janeiro when the sport returns to the games for the first time since 1904.