Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. OBAMA TO MEET LAW ENFORCEMENT, ACTIVISTS AT WHITE HOUSE
"We'll share solutions from communities that have already found ways to build trust and reduce disparities," the president says on Facebook.
2. FUNERALS SET TO BEGIN FOR OFFICERS KILLED BY SNIPER IN DALLAS
Dallas Police Sr. Cpl. Lorne Ahrens, Dallas Police Sgt. Michael Smith and Dallas Area Rapid Transit Officer Brent Thompson will be laid to rest Wednesday.
3. WHY MANY YOUNG PEOPLE DISLIKE TRUMP
A new poll shows nearly two-thirds of Americans between the ages of 18 and 30 believe the presumptive Republican nominee is racist.
4. HOW BEIJING RESPONDS TO RULING ON SOUTH CHINA SEA DISPUTE
China warns other countries against threatening its security in the South China Sea, after a tribunal says Beijing has no legal basis for expansive territorial claims there.
5. CAMERON STEPS DOWN AFTER 6 YEARS AS UK PRIME MINISTER
"I will miss the roar of the crowd. I will miss the barbs of the opposition," he says during his final appearance in Parliament as Britain's leader.
6. SCIENTISTS DISCOVER NEW FISH SPECIES IN ALASKA
Biologists find 14 kinds of new snailfish in the Aleutian Islands region.
7. SOLAR PLANE FLIES OVER PYRAMIDS ON GLOBE-CIRCLING TRIP
Solar Impulse 2 is close to completing its around-the-world trip that began in March 2015.
8. SOUTH KOREA TO DEPLOY ADVANCED U.S. MISSILE SYSTEM
Seoul and Washington say they need the missile system to better deal with what they call increasing North Korean military threats, but local residents are protesting the weapons.
9. WHO BACKS JENNIFER ANISTON'S TABLOID TAKEDOWN
"Ghostbusters" star Melissa McCarthy agrees "one hundred thousand billion percent" with Aniston's essay for the Huffington Post in which she writes constant paparazzi coverage contributes to a "dehumanizing view of females."
10. WHERE 'HAPPY GYMNASTICS' IS REPLACING GRIND OF STRICT TRAINING
China is slowly changing its approach to gymnastics, cultivating a less stressful approach for young athletes.