Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. THREE SUICIDE BOMBINGS IN DIFFERENT CITIES IN SAUDI ARABIA
Only the two bombers died in the first two explosions in Jiddah and Qatif, but the last one in Medina also killed four security officers and wounded five.
2. WHICH FORMER RIVALS WILL BE CAMPAIGNING TOGETHER
President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton take the stage at their first joint campaign appearance on Tuesday.
3. HOW BANGLADESH ATTACKERS DID NOT FIT THE USUAL MILITANT PROFILE
Some of the attackers who killed 20 hostages and two police officers over the weekend in Bangladesh’s capital had come from privileged backgrounds and were educated in top schools.
4. DEATH TOLL KEEPS RISING IN BAGHDAD
Iraq’s embattled prime minister has ordered new security measures as a string of smaller bombings hit the capital following the weekend truck bombing that killed more than 150.
5. UK IS LEFT WITH A POWER VACUUM
The Conservative prime minister is stepping down. The Labour Party leader is barely clinging to power. And now the head of the U.K. Independence Party, a key architect of the dramatic vote to leave the European Union, has resigned as well.
6. WHAT IT TOOK TO WIN THE HOT DOGS EATING CONTEST
Joey “Jaws” Chestnut beat his own record in regaining the Mustard Yellow International Belt, downing a stomach-churning 70 hot dogs and buns to top Matt “The Megatoad” Stonie at the annual July Fourth eating contest.
7. BODY OF TEENAGE WISCONSIN STUDENT MISSING IN ROME FOUND IN TIBER RIVER
His brother says the death of 19-year-old Beau Solomon is being treated as murder, because he was found with a head wound. Thousands of dollars also were charged to his credit card after his disappearance.
8. WHERE NASA’S JUNO SPACECRAFT IS HEADED NEXT
After five years and 1.8 billion miles, Juno will enter Jupiter’s orbit to explore the planet and its atmosphere.
9. RIO OLYMPICS SAILING SITE HAS NEW POLLUTION PROBLEM
Guanabara Bay is known to be home to viruses and bacteria, but practicing sailors have now found an oil slick that turned their boats brown.
10. SERENA WILLIAMS COMES BACK FOR WIMBLEDON WIN
After slick rain caused her to slip on the court’s grass, Williams asked for the roof to be closed and ended up dominating the last nine games.