By The Associated Press, Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. EDWARD SNOWDEN IS ON THE RUN
The NSA leaker flees Hong Kong for a layover in Moscow before he'll to fly to Cuba and then seek asylum in Ecuador, WikiLeaks says.
2. NELSON MANDELA IN CRITICAL CONDITION
"The doctors are doing everything possible to get his condition to improve," South African President Jacob Zuma says.
3. WHY THE TALIBAN KILLED 11 MOUNTAIN CLMBERS
The Pakistani group said the deaths of the 10 tourists and their guide are revenge for a U.S. drone strike that killed a Taliban leader.
4. WING WALKING IS 'LIKE RUNNING A MARATHON IN A HURRICANE'
Dardevils talk about their dangerous profession, a day after one of their own died along with a pilot in a fiery Ohio crash.
6. KERRY PRESSES INDIA TO WORK WITH US ON GLOBAL WARMING
"The irreversible climate challenge is speeding toward us, crying out for a global solution," the U.S. secretary of state says.
6. SUPREME COURT'S OPTIONS ON GAY MARRIAGE ISSUE
The justices could strike down state laws that limit marriage to heterosexual couples, uphold gay marriage bans, or say nothing meaningful on the issue.
7. AFGHAN BOMB SCHOOL FIGHTS WAR'S LEADING KILLER
Hundreds of soldiers train to disarm the Taliban-planted bombs that kill and maim thousands each year.
8. GIRL SCOUTS NEED MORE THAN A FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE
Their woes include declining membership and revenues, a dearth of volunteers, and rifts between leadership and grassroots members.
9. WHAT MEDICS LEARNED FROM GETTYSBURG
A Union Army doctor introduced the ideas of an ambulance corps and three tiers of field hospitals.
10. TWINKIES TO MAKE A SWEET COMEBACK
Hostess reopens its factory and plans to have the treat and other snack cakes back on shelves starting July 15.