Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. WHY CANDIDATE TRUMP ENJOYS RARE FREEDOM TO SPEAK HIS MIND
Since he's funding his own campaign, the current GOP frontrunner is under no pressure from those who could muzzle him: political donors.
2. GREECE ECONOMY SEES RAY OF LIGHT AS BANKS REOPEN
But financial stability remains far off for most Greeks, as tax hikes demanded by creditors take effect and drive up prices on countless goods.
3. AFTER 54 YEARS, CUBA, US RESTORE DIPLOMATIC TIES
Despite pledges of goodwill and mutual respect, ghosts of past animosity remain.
4. WHAT RECORDS WERE BROKEN ACROSS THE GLOBE IN JUNE
Earth dialed up the heat last month, smashing temperature records for both the month and the first half of the year.
5. MARIJUANA INDUSTRY WRESTLES WITH PESTS, PESTICIDES
As legal marijuana becomes a big crop in some states, growers looking for big paydays face mold, spider mites and other threats.
6. TEEN'S HIV IN CHECK FOR 12 YEARS WITHOUT DRUGS
The 18-year-old French girl might have some form of natural resistance to the AIDS virus, physicians say.
7. WHO'S 'TWO RINGS SHY' NOW
Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, country music's top couple, announce their divorce after four years of marriage.
8. GARRISON KEILLOR SAYING FAREWELL TO 'LAKE WOBEGON'
The creator and longtime host of the "Prairie Home Companion" radio show says he means it this time: He's retiring in 2016.
9. BOSTON BUS DRIVER TREATS PASSENGERS TO REFRESHING PAUSE
Amid sweltering heat, John Lohan surprises his riders by halting at a child's lemonade stand and buying a cup for everyone aboard.
10. ZACH JOHNSON DELIVERS IN CLUTCH TO WIN BRITISH OPEN
The 39-year-old American now has two major championships to his name.