10 Things to Know for Monday
The Associated Press
Jul. 13, 2015
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. DEAL TO CURB IRAN'S ATOMIC PROGRAM REACHED
Two envoys tell the AP that officials are poised to announce an historic agreement capping nearly a decade of diplomacy.
2. WHO'S LOOSE IN MEXICO — AGAIN
The country's most powerful drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, escapes from a maximum security prison for the second time.
3. GREECE TEETERS AMID BAILOUT TALKS
As the clock ticks, the country's banks appear to be on the verge of exhausting their cash reserves, which could spark financial chaos.
4. POPE WRAPS UP SOUTH AMERICAN TRIP
Francis' anti-capitalist message is likely to resonate in the region long after his return to Rome.
5. CREDIT 'OBAMA EFFECT' FOR SWOLLEN GOP PRESIDENTIAL FIELD
The election of a junior Illinois senator with a funny name as president in 2008 has heartened some candidates who might not otherwise have thought of themselves as ready to run.
6. SOFTWARE BRINGING CHANGE TO JUDICIAL SYSTEM
A Silicon Valley company is producing computer programs that help people solve legal battles without a judge or attorneys.
7. WHAT'S COMING TO AMERICAN SOUTH
Taller towers and bigger turbines are unlocking new potential for wind energy in a region that has long been a dead zone for such power.
8. PLUTO READIES FOR ITS CLOSEUP
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will fly by this week and present the previously unexplored world in all its icy glory.
9. WHY DAVID LETTERMAN TREKKED TO SAN ANTONIO
It allowed him to appear with his pals Martin Short and Steve Martin at a comedy show — and present a Top Ten List lampooning Donald Trump.
10. DJOKOVIC DOWNS FEDERER IN FOUR SETS AT WIMBLEDON
It's the 28-year-old Serb's third Wimbledon championship and ninth Grand Slam title.