10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
But since Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is keeping details under wraps, it's unclear whether the legislation will seek to replace or repeal "Obamacare," says GOP Sen. John Thune.
Some 17 others remain hospitalized in poor condition after they were found crammed in a sweltering tractor-trailer parked in the midsummer Texas heat.
The White House indicates that the president would sign a sweeping Russia sanctions measure, which Congress could consider this week.
Anthony Scaramucci pledges to begin "an era of a new good feeling" while also cracking down on leaks.
The USS Constitution is going back to its Boston Harbor berth after the 220-year-old ship spent two years in dry dock undergoing major repairs.
The shootings erupted in a residential building in the heavily fortified Israeli embassy compound in Jordan's capital.
Supporters of the legislation argue it would help officials target physicians who might be illicitly prescribing powerful prescription medications.
Four years into South Sudan's devastating civil war, the world's youngest nation is reeling from an epidemic of sexual violence, Amnesty International reports.
The superhero pic is now the highest-grossing film of the summer with $398 million from North American theaters - and a possible sequel in the works.
That's what Jordan Spieth says about his British Open win, after rallying past Matt Kuchar.