Monday, May 23
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. SANDERS THINKS DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION COULD BE 'MESSY'
In an exclusive AP interview, the candidate pushes the party to adopt his progressive agenda, but adds "Democracy is not always nice and quiet and gentle."
2. OFFICER CLEARED OF ALL CHARGES IN FREDDIE GRAY CASE
Edward Nero remains on desk duty and still faces a departmental probe that could result in disciplinary action.
3. OBAMA BANISHES VIETNAM WAR VESTIGE BY LIFTING ARMS EMBARGO
Activists say the president is being too quick to gloss over serious human rights abuses in his push to establish warmer ties with Hanoi.
4. IRAQI LEADER CITES EARLY SUCCESS IN PUSH TO RETAKE FALLUJAH
The operation to wrestle the city from Islamic extremists promises to be one of the toughest challenges yet for the country's security forces.
5. WHO SOUGHT TO INFLUENCE STUDY ON BRAIN INJURIES
The NFL tried to strong-arm the National Institutes of Health into taking the project away from a researcher who the league feared was biased, according to a senior House Democrat.
6. WHAT VA SECRETARY COMPARES HEALTH-CARE LINES TO
Republicans criticize Robert McDonald's comparison of waits at VA hospitals to the hours people wait for rides at Disney theme parks.
7. SCHOOL THREATS COULD BE LATEST IN SCHOOL "SWATTING"
Hoaxers allegedly use proxy servers to anonymously threaten schools online or in phone messages with electronic voices to trigger a huge police response.
8. LEFT-LEANING CANDIDATE WINS AUSTRIA PRESIDENCY
European mainstream parties join Austrian supporters of Alexander Van der Bellen in congratulating him on his victory over Norbert Hofer.
9. WHERE ANGELINA JOLIE IS GOING TO TEACH
The Oscar-winning actress and activist is appointed a visiting professor at the London School of Economics.
10. WHY FIFA FIRES FINANCE DIRECTOR
Markus Kattner is sacked after an internal investigation revealed he got irregular bonus payments worth millions of dollars.