BOBBI KRISTINA BROWN
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, died Sunday, nearly six months after being found unresponsive in her Roswell, Georgia home. She was 22 years old. Brown, an aspiring actress and singer, was found in her bathtub by a friend, Max Lomas, and her partner Nick Gordon in January and taken to a local hospital, according to police. Sources later told ABC News that she was moved to the Neurology Intensive Care Unit of Emory University Hospital a few days later, and then to a rehab facility in late March.
LA THEATER SHOOTING
Searching for a motive, Louisiana investigators continue to release new insight into the gunman behind Thursday's deadly movie theater shooting in Lafayette. The theater, time and date of a screening of the film "Trainwreck" was written inside a journal found in the motel room of the gunman who killed two people and wounded nine others at the theater last week.
President Obama is in Ethiopia; he will meet with the country's leaders in the capital Addis Ababa, hold a joint news conference with Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, attend a multinational meeting on counter terrorism issues, and later a state dinner.
It's the biggest civil fine ever imposed on a car company: up to 105-million dollars... against Fiat Chrysler. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx tells ABC News in an exclusive interview it's about Fiat Chrysler's botching of nearly two dozen recalls involving 11 million vehicles. "They will have to buy back cars if they can't fix them," says Foxx. As part of the deal, Fiat Chrysler will buy back from customers more than half a million Ram pickup trucks.
FL TEEN BOATERS
Lost at sea: two Florida 14-year-olds. The boys are the subject of an extensive ocean search. Their boat was found 67 miles off Ponce Inlet south of Daytona Beach...damaged and overturned...no sign of Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, who were last seen fueling up their 19-foot boat Friday. A famous neighbor of Perry's, Joe Namath, is offering a 100-thousand dollar reward in the search.
Evacuation orders have gone out to as many as 300 homes along western Florida's Anclote River, northwest of Tampa, according to authorities. Several days of heavy rain have left the river at crest levels and high tide was a worry for Sunday night.
Congress has one more bit of business it hopes to take care of before it goes on summer recess at the end of the week, and that would be the highway bill.
CO MOVIE THEATER SHOOTING
The sentencing phase of the trial of Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes is set to resume, after the judge sent jurors home early on Friday because one complained of illness. The defense has several witnesses in town to testify on Holmes' behalf. It’s expected his parents and sister will testify.
--Hillary Clinton is feeling more heat over the State Department email controversy. On the campaign in Iowa, she continues to assert she did not send or receive classified emails that were classified at the time.
--Mike Huckabee raises the rhetoric when he criticizes President Obama's nuclear deal with Iran, saying "he will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven."
Firefighters are struggling against at least two dozen major wildfires in five western states. Four firefighters have been airlifted to a hospital with burns while battling a 15-hundred acre fire in northern California's Nevada County. Officials say 2-thousand structures are threatened.
LAS VEGAS FIRE
A Las Vegas high-rise hotel reopened its rooftop swimming pool Sunday, a day after a fire sent patrons running and black smoke billowed above the Strip. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas says the Bamboo Pool on the 14th floor reopened with full service except for its West Bar.
ADVICE FOR MOMS
It seems that many new mothers aren't getting good advice on how to raise their newborns. A new study appearing in the American Academy of Pediatrics finds half of moms did not get any advice from physicians on some important topic such as how to put an infant to sleep.
WI MOUNTAIN LION
Police continue to search Milwaukee's north side near the Lincoln Creek Parkway after new reports of a lion sighting over the weekend. Officers were called to a neighborhood around 7:15 p.m. Saturday. Police confirm it was an officer who spotted the "lion-like creature."
BASEBALL HALL OF FAME
John Smoltz, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson and Craig Biggio were inducted into Baseball's Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY Sunday.
New York Magazine is publishing photos and firsthand accounts of 35 of the 46 women who allege they were raped by Bill Cosby. Their age ranges are from 44 to 80.
A second weekend on top for Paul Rudd and Ant-Man. Marvel's Ant-Man stole the top spot with an estimated $24.8 million for the small superhero in its 2nd weekend.