Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The president renews his pressure tactics on fellow NATO nations to increase their defense spending, hammering U.S. allies on Twitter as the military alliance goes into an emergency session at the summit.
The government reopens its investigation into the slaying of the black teen whose brutal killing in Mississippi helped inspire the civil rights movement more than 60 years ago.
The FBI agent whose anti-Trump text messages fueled suspicions of partisan bias will tell lawmakers that his work has never been tainted by politics, according to prepared remarks obtained by the AP.
John Schnatter steps down as chairman of the company’s board hours after apologizing for using a racial slur during a conference call.
With a thrilling 2-1 defeat of England, tiny Croatia moves on to face Les Bleus for the World Cup title.
6. WHAT’S TROUBLING CONSERVATIONISTS
Africa’s ancient baobabs, known as the “tree of life,” face a new and mysterious threat, with some of the largest and oldest dying abruptly in recent years.
Blockbuster movies typically are snubbed by the Oscars, leaving fans grumbling. But the Emmys, to be announced Thursday, honor popular shows like “Game of Thrones.”
8. A PALEO DIET, FOR REAL
Scientists uncover the last meal of a frozen hunter who died 5,300 years ago in the Alps between Austria and Italy.
The porn actress is arrested at an Ohio strip club after she let patrons touch her in violation of a state law.
Defending champion Roger Federer exits in the quarterfinals, falling in the fifth set 13-11 to No. 8 Kevin Anderson.