Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
1. JOBS NUMBERS WILL DEFINE SUMMER CAMPAIGN
All eyes are on the employment report coming out at 7:30 a.m. as President Obama and rival Mitt Romney press ahead with campaign four months before Election Day.
2. ARGENTINA CONVICTS FORMER DICTATORS IN BABY-STEALING CASE
Guilty verdicts are a big step toward punishing human rights abuses of oppressive era.
3. WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM DESERT-SAVVY PHOENIX
Keep yourself and your ride cool and think before you touch.
4. FRIENDS OF SYRIA MEETING TO PRESS ASSAD
As one senior member of the president's inner circle defects, 80-nation gathering seeks action on peace plan.
5. CONSERVATIVE TEACHERS WARY OF DEMOCRATIC DIGS AT THEIR VIEWS
Republican educators balk at Obama-centric convention that leaves them on the sidelines.
6. ORGANIZERS SAY LONDON OLYMPICS WILL SURVIVE RAINY WEATHER
Officials say they have prepared well for every weather eventuality.
7. WHY AN OREGON LAW IS MAKING IDAHO POLICE UNHAPPY
Medical marijuana runs across the two states' border are on the rise. So are police crackdowns.
8. MEXICAN VOTE COUNT CONFIRMS PENA NIETO'S VICTORY.
Longtime ruling party set to return to power after 12 years.
9. WHAT A SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN IS TRYING TO DO IN THE EMIRATES
Inspired by the power of Twitter in the Arab Spring, this campaign is seeking a crackdown on women's skimpy fashions in the Gulf country.
10. SERENA WILLIAMS REACHES SEVENTH WIMBLEDON FINAL
With a tournament-record 24 aces, Williams finds herself up for her 14th Grand Slam title in Saturday's final.