10 Things to Know for Monday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

1. WHY POLICE MIGHT SHIFT TACTICS, AGAIN

After authorities were criticized for their actions in Ferguson, Missouri, many police departments took a more restrained approach. Now the pendulum could swing back.

2. ARE ATTACKS ON POLICE INSPIRED BY MILITANTS?

Black separatist groups nearly doubled in 2015, mirroring a similar increase among white hate groups. But many people who become radicalized do so without direct ties to any groups.

3. OBAMA DEFENDS POLICE

The president says police officers deserve respect from the people they are sworn to protect, including individuals who think the police are too heavy-handed and intolerant.

4. WHERE NAFTA COULD HURT CLINTON

Democrats in Detroit’s working class suburbs say Hillary Clinton needs to distance herself from the trade deal to seal Michigan in the presidential election.

5. WHO ARE THE CHAMPIONS OF EUROPEAN SOCCER?

Portugal wins a thriller, after a substitute scores in extra time to give his team a 1-0 win over France, as injured star Ronaldo could only watch from the sideline.

6. BRITAIN GETS A BOOST AT WIMBLEDON

Andy Murray, who famously ended the UK’s 77-year wait for one of its own to win the men’s title at Wimbledon, has won a second championship.

7. THE UNITED KINGDOM, MEANWHILE, REMAINS DIVIDED

From dilapidated Welsh coal mining towns to English beach resorts frozen in time, Britons who voted to leave the EU may have stemmed from a yearning for a Britain that never really existed.

8. WHAT AFRICAN MIGRANTS FLEEING TO EUROPE FIND IN LIBYA

Threats of imprisonment, torture and rape at the hands of multiple armed groups, complicating Europe’s efforts to stop migrants’ dangerous sea journeys across the Mediterranean.

9. ANOTHER AFRICAN CIVIL WAR IS FEARED

Heavy gunfighting spreads across South Sudan’s capital between forces loyal to the president and the vice president, causing widespread casualties.

10. INMATES SAVE THEIR JAILER

Several detainees at a North Texas jail break out of a cell to help save an armed guard who had lost consciousness.

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