MEXICAN DRUG LORD MANHUNT
A huge manhunt underway in Mexico for the country's most powerful drug lord. Officials say Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaped from a maximum-security prison Saturday through a mile-long tunnel from the shower area of his cell. It's the second time the leader of the Sinaloa drug cartel has managed to escape from prison. Thirty prison employees have been taken in for questioning.
Negotiators could be on the brink of an historic deal with Iran, to curb its nuclear program, in exchange for relief from crippling economic sanctions.
--Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is expected to be the latest Republican to throw his hat into the ring for a 2016 presidential bid Monday. He becomes the 15th major candidate running for the GOP nomination.
--Over the weekend, there were huge turnouts at Donald Trump campaign events in Las Vegas and Phoenix. Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will deliver an economic speech Monday.
Greek officials have reached an agreement with its European creditors. The deal includes deeper cuts in government services in exchange for more loans but avoids a messy Greek exit from the European Union and potential global financial crisis.
RHODE ISLAND BEACH EXPLOSION
A beach in Rhode Island reopened Sunday after an explosion injured a woman and forced it to be evacuated. The victim, Kathleen Danise, is out of the hospital and back home - concerned that what happened to her could happen there again. Officials have not said what caused the blast, but stressed Saturday that there was no indication of a device or malicious intent.
As many as 300 homes are threatened by a large wildfire complex in drought-stricken Washington State, according to officials in Douglas County, east of Seattle. About 100 residents have been asked to evacuate.
After some rounds of storms Sunday morning, intense lines of thunderstorms are likely in parts of the upper Midwest overnight Sunday into Monday. There are already reports of flooding in Louisville, Kentucky
FENWAY FOUL BALL
For the second time in about a month a fan was seriously injured in the stands behind third base at Fenway Park in Boston. Hit by a foul ball between her eyes on Saturday night, the woman received 30 stitches. A woman hit by a broken bat in the same section last month is still recovering from her injury. This latest scare and other recent incidents are renewing conversation about fan safety at ballparks and the call for extended screens to protect fans.
On the final day of his three-nation South American tour, Pope Francis visited a shantytown in Asuncion, Paraguay. An estimated 1-million people gathered for his farewell Mass on the same swampy field where St. John Paul II proclaimed Paraguay's first saint nearly 30 years ago. The Pope also visited Bolivia and Ecuador.
It was a repeat match-up in this year's Wimbledon Men's Final...and it was a repeat win...for Novak Djokovic. He defeated Roger Federer in a tense four-setter...that was close...just a few key shots proved to be the difference.
The "Despicable Me" spin-off "Minions" took the top prize at the box office over the weekend...with an estimated 115-point-2 million dollars in ticket sales. It was the second-biggest opening ever for an animated film. "Jurassic World" came in a distant second with 18-point-1 million dollars. "Inside Out" was third with 17-point-1 million dollars in ticket sales.