Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. WHO MAY BE SHIFTING HIS TONE ON IMMIGRATION
Donald Trump is promising to be "fair, but firm" toward the estimated 11 million immigrants living in the United States illegally.
2. LONG, HARD SLOG OF STORM RECOVERY IS UNDERWAY ACROSS SOUTH LOUISIANA
As record flood waters subside, residents gut waterlogged homes in brutal heat and sift through personal belongings to find what's salvageable.
3. WHOSE SPONSORSHIPS GO DOWN THE DRAIN
Speedo and three other companies dump U.S. swimmer Ryan Lochte in the aftermath of a drunken incident he initially tried to pass off as an armed robbery.
4. TURKEY VOWS TO 'CLEANSE' BORDER OF ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Turkey has become an Islamic State target due to measures it has implemented to stop recruits from crossing into Syria to join the fighting, as well as arrests of hundreds of IS suspects in Turkey.
5. JUDGE BLOCKS OBAMA'S LGBT RULES
A U.S. district judge issues a temporary injunction barring the Obama administration's order allowing transgender students to use the bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their chosen gender identity.
6. WHY THRILL-RIDES ARE GETTING MORE SCRUTINY
The death of a boy on a Kansas water slide and a Ferris wheel accident that injured three girls in Tennessee focus attention on lack of amusement ride regulations.
7. COUNTERFEIT PAIN PILLS LIKELY CAME TO PRINCE ILLEGALLY
Exactly how Prince obtained the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl is still unknown four months after he died of an overdose.
8. FIREFIGHTER SHORTAGE HITS CALIFORNIA AS WILDFIRES RAGE
Low pay and larger, more dangerous blazes are leading to staff shortages, state fire officials say.
9. WHAT COULD SHAPE THE WAY MILLENNIALS VOTE
Just 5 percent of young adults say that America is "greater than it has ever been," while 52 percent feel the nation is "falling behind" and 24 percent believe the U.S. is "failing," a GenForward poll finds.
10. ETHIOPIA SAYS PROTESTING MARATHONER WILL BE WELCOMED AS A HERO
But Feyisa Lilesa, who made an anti-government gesture at the Rio Games while approaching the finish line, says he may be killed or imprisoned if he ever returns to the East African country.