10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. SUPREME COURT RULING ON ABORTION HAS WIDE-RANGING IMPACT
By striking down abortion restrictions in Texas, abortion-rights activists nationwide are emboldened and a range of anti-abortion laws in numerous states are in peril.
2. MERKEL SAYS NO OBLIGATIONS, NO PRIVILEGES TO UK
The German Chancellor says she will use "all her strength" to prevent the European Union from drifting apart in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the trade bloc.
3. HOW TRUMP IS SHIFTING ON MUSLIM BAN
With his poll numbers sliding, his spokeswoman says he's no longer seeking the restriction at all and will instead offer an approach based on an undefined standard of terrorism.
4. VW OFFERING OPTIONS IN EMISSIONS-CHEATING SCANDAL
In a settlement, Volkswagen diesel owners can choose to either sell their car back to the company or get a repair that could diminish the vehicle's performance.
5. AIRPORT SECURITY FIX: BETTER TRAINING - FOR HUMANS AND DOGS
AP gets a look inside a new TSA central training center for new hires and a base where handlers train dogs to sniff out bombs.
6. MED SCHOOLS EXPAND LESSONS ON PAINKILLER ABUSE
Schools are increasingly teaching students to prescribe opioids only as a last resort and to evaluate all patients for drug abuse.
7. WHY THIS RAMADAN IS ESPECIALLY TOUGH IN WEST BANK
Already dealing with scorching summer heat, Palestinians in the north of the territory say Israel has intentionally cut the water flow to their taps.
8. CONGRESSIONAL DYSFUNCTION LIKELY TO STALL ZIKA BILL
It is possible lawmakers may recess without addressing Obama's $1.9 billion request to combat a potential public health crisis from the mosquito-borne virus.
9. 'WALK THIS WAY' FOR A CUP OF JOE
A rock 'n' roll-themed coffee shop owned by Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer is set to open in suburban Boston this week.
10. HOOPS LEGEND PASSES AWAY
Pat Summitt, the winningest coach in Division I college basketball history who helped boost the women's game to the big time in a 38-year career at Tennessee, is dead at 64.