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--More than 100 pieces of debris from EgyptAir Flight 804, which crashed into the Mediterranean Sea, has been found and reported to Egyptian officials, the U.S. Navy said Sunday. The Egyptian navy is leading the search and the U.S. Navy is providing assistance.
--Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi said Sunday that a submarine belonging to his country's Oil Ministry was headed to the crash site to search for flight and voice recorders, also known as black boxes.
--"Thank you so much. Good day, have a goodnight"...the last words from the Pilot of Flight 804 to Air Traffic Control. 

The suspect in the killing of a 42-year-old Massachusetts police officer was shot and killed Sunday evening during a shootout at a home just miles from the initial incident, officials said. A state trooper was also wounded in the exchange of gunfire with the suspect, who was identified as 35-year-old Jorge Zambrano. Auburn police officer Ronald Tarentino leaves behind his wife and children after he was fatally shot during a traffic stop around 12:30 a.m. in Auburn, about 50 miles west of Boston

President Obama has confirmed that a US airstrike in Pakistan killed the Taliban's overall leader, Mullah Akhtar Mansour. The strike, which was authorized by the President before leaving for Asia over the weekend, is the most aggressive U-S military action in Pakistan since the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden.

VOTE 2016
--A new ABC News/Washington Post poll shows a close contest in presidential election preferences, with Republicans lining up behind Donald Trump as their party’s presumptive nominee while the continued Democratic race is keeping Hillary Clinton’s side more unsettled. Greater voter registration among Republicans is one factor: Clinton’s 6-point lead among all adults, 48-42 percent in a general election match-up, switches to essentially a dead heat among registered voters, 46 percent for Trump, 44 percent for Clinton.
--Donald Trump fired off a series of tweets Sunday targeting Hillary Clinton’s stance on gun control, proposing that “Crooked Hillary wants a radical 500% increase in Syrian refugees,” adding, “How can Crooked Hillary say she cares about women when she is silent on radical Islam, which horribly oppresses women?”
--Sen. Bernie Sanders is taking his increasingly-pitched fight against the Democratic Party establishment straight to the top of the party, with an endorsement of Tim Canova, a South Florida law professor challenging Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in her congressional district's primary.

President Obama has lifted the decades-old ban of weapons sales to Vietnam. Mr Obama landed in Hanoi on Sunday, taking part in a bilateral meeting and news conference with President Quang and attending the state luncheon. Mr Obama is also holding bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong of the Communist Party of Vietnam. 

Judge Barry Williams will issue his verdict in the Edward Nero case on Monday. Nero, one of six Baltimore officers charged in connection with the death of Freddie Gray, did not testify during his trial. He’s charged with second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and office misconduct. Court resumes at 10:30am ET.

-- On ABC's "This Week," Doctor Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease, says a vaccine is the long-term solution to the mosquito-borne disease. Right now, he says the U-S is aggressively developing a vaccine that's scheduled to go into phase one trials to determine its safety.
--The CDC says more than 300 pregnant women in the US and Puerto Rico have been infected with the Zika virus. That's more than originally reported. The CDC says it previously wasn't counting women who were infected but showed no symptoms.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced the start of a military operation to retake Falluja from ISIS. "Zero hour for the liberation of Falluja has arrived. The moment of great victory has drawn near," he said, adding ISIS had "no choice but to flee."

After two weekends on top of the box office, Captain America has been taken down by some birds: Angry Birds. The animated avian adventure debuted in first place at the box office - an estimated 39 million bucks.Captain America: Civil War falls to 2nd, as it becomes the first movie this year to cross a billion dollars worldwide. In third:  an estimated 21.8 million dollar debut for the raunchy comedy Neighbors 2, much lower than expected and a huge drop from the first film, which opened to 49 million two years ago.

Nick Menza, former drummer for the influential metal band Megadeth, died after collapsing on stage during a performance of his progressive jazz trio in Southern California, a family spokesman said Sunday.

A special tribute to Prince performed by Madonna;  Rihanna, Celine Dion, Meghan Trainor and The Go-Gos also performing at the Billboard Music Awards Sunday night on ABC.