Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. COP WHO SHOT COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER FIRED FROM FORCE
Whether or not officer Brad Miller will face criminal charges for killing 19-year-old Christian Taylor will be up to a grand jury.
2. CLINTON GIVING UP SERVER AMID CONCERNS ABOUT CLASSIFIED DATA
Her campaign casts the move as cooperating with investigators, while her Republican critics suggest that it points to her malfeasance as secretary of state.
3. WHO WON'T ATTEND FLAG-RAISING AT U.S. EMBASSY IN CUBA
The Obama administration doesn't plan to invite Cuban dissidents to the historic event in Havana, illustrating how U.S. policy is shifting focus from the island's opposition to its government.
4. PEACEFUL PROTEST HELD IN FERGUSON
Police outnumber protesters along West Florissant Avenue, perhaps signaling the demonstrations around the anniversary of Michael Brown's death are starting to fade.
5. WHAT LEAKED DOCUMENTS EXPOSE IN WEST BANK
They detail two attempts by Palestinian officials to misuse public funds, highlighting the corruption and mismanagement in the Palestinian government.
6. WHY MANY PRAISE GERMANY, SCORN JAPAN 7 DECADES AFTER WWII
Some of this is linked to the Soviet threat during the Cold War, which forced Europe to work closely with West Germany. No such unifying force emerged in Northeast Asia.
7. NAVAJO NATION FEELS BRUNT OF COLORADO MINE LEAK
"When EPA is saying to me it's going to take decades to clean this up, that is how long uncertainty will exist as we drink the water, as we farm the land," the tribe's president, Russell Begaye, says.
8. CHINA CURRENCY FALLS FOR 2ND DAY
The slide follows a surprise change in its exchange rate mechanism that threatens to fan trade tensions with the U.S. and Europe.
9. LIFE-SIZE CUTOUTS OF POPE POP UP AHEAD OF U.S. VISIT
Cardboard pictures of the pontiff appear all over the Philadelphia region, generating buzz around his upcoming trip.
10. `DEFLATEGATE' BRINGS TOM BRADY TO COURT
The New England quarterback and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell are set to explain to a judge why a controversy over underinflated footballs at last season's AFC conference championship game is spilling into a new season.