By The Associated Press
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. ROMNEY, OBAMA MAKE SUSPECT CLAIMS ON WHAT HEALTH CARE RULING MEANS TO YOU
Mitt Romney’s claims of job losses, deficit increase, and losing your insurance are not entirely accurate repercussions of President Barack Obama’s signature legislation. But neither is the president’s assurance that Americans who like their health insurance can simply keep it.
2. AFTER A WEEKEND WITHOUT ELECTRICITY, COMMUTERS FACE FRUSTRATING ROADS
The mid-Atlantic region may have a tough ride back to work as mass-transit delays and poor road conditions loom.
3. MEXICO’S FORMER LONG-TIME RULING PARTY SET TO SAIL BACK TO POWER
The PRI promises to be democratic, but its autocratic history leaves many wondering.
4. STUDY SAYS EARLY FULL-TERM BABIES MAY FACE LATER SCHOOL WOES
A little more time in the womb may matter, according to the latest research, which may redefine what a premature birth means.
5. WHAT THE ROMNEYS DO ON SUMMER VACATION
Water ski, paddleboard, and go to church. Picturesque lakeside vacation means worship too for the devout GOP candidate and his family.
6. BARCLAYS CHAIRMAN STEPS DOWN
Accepting the blame for a price-fixing scandal and $453 million in fines, British bank boss steps down.
7. EUROZONE JOBLESS RATE REACHES 11.1 PERCENT
As currency bloc reaches highest unemployment level since common currency was adopted, Spain has one in every four people looking for a job.
8. SAUDI WOMEN ATHLETES FEAR BACKLASH
The conservative kingdom’s female athletes may make history by taking part in the Olympics. But some are wary of conservative reaction at home.
9. PHELPS LOCKS DOWN 8 SPOTS IN LONDON
The 14-time medalist is “still excited about the games.” For Dara Torres, however, making her sixth Olympic team is down to one last chaotic lap.
10. BLEEPS REIGN AS FOUL LANGUAGE DOMINATES BET AWARDS
Entire segments of performances are bleeped while tribute to Whitney Houston moves stars to tears.