Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. TRUMP'S CREDIBILITY TAKING MORE HITS
The White House says the president did receive compliments from Boy Scout leaders and Mexico's president — but in person, not on the phone, as he contended.
2. HOW VENEZUELA'S PRESIDENT REACTED TO VOTE MANIPULATION REPORT
Nicolas Maduro accuses the software firm behind the claim of helping the U.S. attempt to sully a constituent assembly meant to strengthen socialism.
3. '(ISLAMIC STATE) SHARED ONLY GOOD THINGS ON INTERNET'
An Indonesian family chasing the dream of a new Islamic society advertised by IS propaganda saw their hopes of a better life shattered before they made their escape from the militants in Syria's Raqqa.
4. WHO IS AIDING TRUMP'S LEGAL TEAM
John Dowd, a retired Marine Corps captain who has played a role in some of the defining legal quagmires of the last four decades, brings a street-fighter spirit to the group.
5. WHAT'S NEXT IN BRAZILIAN PRESIDENT SAGA
Michel Temer survives a congressional vote over a bribery charge that fueled anger across the country, but there are more legal woes ahead and clear chinks in his governing coalition.
6. NORTH KOREA'S NEIGHBORS SPOOKED, RESIGNED TO FLURRY OF LAUNCHES
Pyongyang's missile launches — 20 of them just in the past year — are a new and alarming fact of life for Japanese, South Koreans and Chinese.
7. TRUMP ONCE QUESTIONED WISDOM OF TAKING VACATIONS
But with a 17-day getaway to his private golf club in New Jersey, the president is readying to join the annual August exodus from the town he calls "the swamp."
8. WOMAN TO BE SENTENCED IN TEEN TEXTING SUICIDE CASE
A Massachusetts woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself in dozens of texts faces up to 20 years in prison when sentenced for involuntary manslaughter.
9. MIXED REACTION TO DIANA DOCUMENTARY
Friends of the late princess slam a new film that includes private recordings of her talking about her unhappy marriage to Prince Charles, but an ex-bodyguard says she would "love" that they are being broadcast.
10. BOXING GREAT HANGS UP GLOVES
Former heavyweight world champion Wladimir Klitschko, 41, who dominated the division for a decade, was 64-5 in a career that began in 1996 after he won the Olympic gold in Atlanta.