Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. TEACHER: MAN ARRESTED FOR RAMMING PROTESTERS IDOLIZED NAZIS
James Alex Fields Jr., accused of running over counter protesters at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., had an "idolization of Hitler," says his high school teacher Derek Weimer.
2. 'IT DIDN'T COME OUT OF NOWHERE'
American history professor Kevin Boyle and other experts suggest the election of President Trump has emboldened white supremacists.
3. WHAT'S EXPECTED TO DOMINATE PENCE'S LATIN AMERICA TRIP
During his weeklong visit to the region, the U.S. vice president will likely focus on the Venezuela political crisis that has sparked deadly protests.
4. SENIOR US SECURITY OFFICIALS SAY WAR WITH NKOREA ISN'T IMMINENT
CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster say conflict is avoidable if North Korea halts its nuclear weapons program.
5. WHO'S UNLEASHING TORRENT OF LITIGATION AGAINST TRUMP
Democratic state attorneys from coast to coast have brought more than 40 legal actions against the Trump administration in the last seven months.
6. HOW TEXAS DR. ATTEMPTS TO PREDICT CHILD ABUSE
Dr. Dyann Daley helps communities create maps that can zero in on areas as small as a few city blocks where such maltreatment is likeliest to happen.
7. KENYAN OPPOSITION LEADER URGES SUPPORTERS TO SKIP WORK
Raila Odinga wants his backers to protest what he charged were rigged elections that gave victory to President Uhuru Kenyatta.
8. WHERE CENTURY-OLD BARBERSHOP CELEBRATES MILESTONE
George's Barber Shop in Saugus, Mass. is observing the first major renovation and expansion in its 115-year history with a grand reopening.
9. 'MEET A MUSLIM' EVENTS HOPE TO CREATE DIALOGUE
Moina Shaiq speaks about being Muslim and answers questions at dozens of libraries, pizza parlors and coffee shops in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.
10. JUSTIN THOMAS RALLIES, WINS PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Thomas closes with a 3-under 68 for a two-shot victory.