Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. PROBE OF NEWLY DISCOVERED EMAILS ADVANCES
The FBI obtains a search warrant to start reviewing the emails, which may be tied to the Clinton investigation, to see if any were classified.
2. MAGNITUDE 6.6 EARTHQUAKE STRIKES CENTRAL ITALY
The third powerful temblor to hit the region in two months spares human life but destroys a Benedictine cathedral and a number of other beloved landmarks.
3. REINFORCEMENTS AID BATTLE AGAINST ISLAMIC STATE GROUP
Thousands of fighters flock to join Shiite militias in northern Iraq, advancing to cut off IS extremists holed up near Mosul.
4. WHAT POPE AIMS TO ACCOMPLISH
The pontiff is hoping his visit to Sweden on the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation will help in uniting Christians.
5. LIKELY ELECTION WINNER: DIVERSITY
No matter who wins the presidency, women and minorities are poised to make gains in the next U.S. Congress.
6. WHY INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IS REELING
Three African nations announce plans to leave, shining the spotlight on long-festering complaints that the Hague-based institution unfairly targets the continent.
7. EU, CANADA TEAM UP ON TRADE
The two parties sign a landmark trade pact, building an economic bridge between 500 million EU citizens and 35 million Canadians.
8. WHERE POT-LEGALIZATION MOVEMENT SEEKS NEW FOOTHOLD
Voters next month in two states in the populous Northeast — Massachusetts and Maine — will consider making marijuana legal for all adults.
9. 'INFERNO' GOES UP IN FLAMES
The third installment of the "Da Vinci Code" franchise, starring Tom Hanks, bombs at the weekend box office, taking in just $15 million.
10. CUBS TOP INDIANS 3-2, CUT WORLD SERIES DEFICIT TO 3-2
Closer Aroldis Chapman gets eight outs in the longest relief appearance of his career and the Cubs win their first Series game in Chicago in 71 years.