DALLAS SHOOTINGS
--Micah Johnson used the recent police-involved shooting of two black men to carry out an attack  he had been planning for some time, according to Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins. Johnson, a former Army Reservist who killed five police officers and wounded 7 others on Thursday, had been experimenting with explosives and wanted to detonate bombs around the city according to Judge Jenkins.
--Shetamia Taylor, the 37-year-old woman who helped protect her son from bullets during an ambush-style shooting on police at a protest march in Dallas, broke down in tears as she told the story of how she survived the carnage of that night.
--The White House has announced that President Obama will be in Dallas and attending an interfaith service on Tuesday.
--The city of Dallas is slowly getting back to normal with streets around the crime scene opening up Monday. A vigil is planned for Monday night at City Hall.

MN POLICE SHOOTING
Police in St. Paul Minnesota, say officer who had a concrete block "dropped on his head" Saturday night has broken vertebrae. Thousands of demonstrators have flooded the streets of major U.S. cities throughout the weekend, protesting the recent killings by police of two black men, Philando Castile in suburban St. Paul, Minnesota, and Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, Louisiana earlier this week. Participants in the St. Paul demonstration allegedly hurled Molotov cocktails, fireworks, rocks, glass bottles, concrete slabs, and bricks at riot gear-wearing police officers on Saturday night. In Baton Rouge, demonstrators knocked out an officer's teeth, according to police.

ALTON STERLING
--Protests continued Sunday in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and St. Paul, Minnesota, following a night in which 200 protesters were arrested by police between the two cities. In Baton Rouge, demonstrators knocked out an officer's teeth, according to police.
--Prominent Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson has been released from jail after being arrested during a protest in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Saturday night, according to officials. After being released, Mckesson said he remains disappointed with Baton Rouge Police who he says were provoking peaceful protestors. He says the only people that were violent were the officers themselves.

VOTE 2016
--Texas Congressman and Hillary Clinton supporter Joaquin Castro said Sunday it was time to "move on" from the controversy surrounding presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's use of private email servers while she was Secretary of State. Castro added that, given the violence in Baton Rouge, Minneapolis and Dallas, it’s time to move past the email issue.
--The chatter surrounding who will be presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump's vice presidential pick has turned to an unlikely dark horse candidate--Retired Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn. But with that new attention comes scrutiny, and some of Flynn's positions put him at odds with GOP orthodoxy. In an interview on ABC's "This Week," the former chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency shared his views on some key social issues, including his pro-choice stance.
--The Democratic Party is on track to ratify what is arguably its most progressive policy agenda in modern history, after the committee tasked with writing the platform document finished its final round of amendments and votes.
-- Donald Trump delivers a Veterans Affairs speech.   

CO WILDFIRE
Two campers from Alabama have been arrested for igniting the Cold Springs Fire near Nederland, Colorado, according to the Boulder County Sheriff's Office says. Jimmy Andrew Suggs, 28, and Zackary Ryan Kuykendall, 26, both of Vinemont, Ala., were charged with felony arson Sunday. The sheriff's office says the two men were camping on private property and had established a campfire without ensuring the fire was properly extinguished. The wildfire has destroyed three homes and three buildings -- and authorities warn more homes could be in danger. The fire's scorched at least 300 acres. Officials say about 200 firefighters and 12 aircraft are on the scene with more help on the way.

TOXIC FLIGHT
Some of the dozen passengers who became ill on a Delta flight from Atlanta to Denver Saturday -- prompting its diversion to Tulsa, Oklahoma -- had elevated carbon monoxide levels according to the Tulsa Fire Department. The cause was not yet determined. An investigation continues. A fire department spokesman says once passengers went outside and got fresh air, their levels returned to normal.

JOE PERRY
Legendary Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry collapsed during a concert with his supergroup the Hollywood Vampires Sunday night in Brooklyn, New York. One fan at the Coney Island show said the 65-year-old Perry passed out after walking off stage. The New York Police Department confirms to ABC News that the Aerosmith guitarist was taken to Coney Island Hospital and later transferred to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital for an unspecified reason where the band publicist said he was stable and resting.