10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. RAZOR-LINED BORDER CAN'T STOP MIGRANTS FROM EU'S FIELD OF DREAMS
Over the past year Hungary has become the most popular back door for Arabs, Asians and Africans to reach the heart of the European Union without facing further passport or visa checks.
2. `OLIVER SACKS HUMANIZES ILLNESS'
That's how a Nobel-winning chemist described Dr. Sacks, whose books like "The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat" compassionately portrayed people with severe and sometimes bizarre neurological conditions. Sacks died Sunday at 82.
3. WHERE POPE FRANCIS HAS NEVER SET FOOT
When the pontiff arrives at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington in a few weeks, it will mark the first time in his life that he's visited the U.S.
4. WHAT TRUMP'S MASS DEPORTATION PLAN CALLS TO MIND
During the Great Depression, counties and cities in the American Southwest and Midwest forced Mexican immigrants and their families to leave the U.S. over concerns they were taking jobs away from whites despite their legal right to stay.
5. ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS IN SYRIA SEVERELY DAMAGE THE BEL TEMPLE
The 2,000-year-old temple was part of the remains of the ancient caravan city of Palmyra, seized by IS fighters in May.
6. MOUNT MCKINLEY GETS A NEW NAME
By renaming the peak Denali, an Athabascan word meaning "the high one," President Barak Obama is making a major symbolic gesture to Alaska Natives on the eve of his historic visit to Alaska.
7. WHO HAS A LENGTHY CRIMINAL RECORD
The man charged with capital murder in the fatal shooting of a suburban Houston sheriff's deputy has a record that includes resisting arrest and disorderly conduct with a firearm.
8. COMMUNITY REMEMBERS SLAIN TELEVISION REPORTER AND CAMERAMAN
About 500 people attended a ceremony for Alison Parker and Adam Ward, who were shot and killed while working last week.
9. MILEY CYRUS PROMISES MANY COSTUME CHANGES AS HOST OF MTV'S VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS
In her first incarnation, she strutted on the arrivals carpet in barely there silver straps, shaking a long, rock goddess ponytail.
10. TOKYO WINS LITTLE LEAGUE TITLE
The players from Japan were down eight runs in the first inning, but the Kitasua Little League pounded out 22 hits in an 18-11 comeback victory.