1. CRUNCH TIME ARRIVES FOR GREECE
With the European part of its international bailout expiring Tuesday, Athens might lose any possible access to the remaining rescue loans it contains.
2. WHICH STATES MOVE QUICKLY TO RESUME LETHAL INJECTIONS
Oklahoma and Florida proceed with executions after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the use of midazolam, a sedative that has been found problematic in several cases. SUPREME COURT-EXECUTION DRUG
3. WHAT CONVICTED KILLER THOUGHT OF FELLOW ESCAPEE
The escaped inmates who spent more than two weeks roaming in New York woods split up when David Sweat decided his companion Richard Matt was slowing him down.
4. WHO IS READY TO ANNOUNCE 2016 RUN
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who spent three years as president of his high school class, is returning to his alma mater to launch a campaign for president of his country.
5. HAMAS ENTRENCHED AS FRUSTRATION GROWS
A year after the most destructive war in Gaza yet, the group remains in control – despite a poll suggesting half the residents would emigrate if the Israeli and Egyptian blockade did not keep the borders closed.
6. TRUMP’S BRAND TARNISHED BY COMMENTS? NOT SO FAST
Some experts say NBC’s decision to sever ties with the mogul simply gives “The Donald” more of the attention and publicity he craves.
7. INDONESIA MILITARY PLANE CRASHES IN MEDAN
At least 37 people are killed. The C-130 Hercules appeared to develop engine trouble shortly after takeoff.
8. CALIFORNIA SEEKING TO STIFFEN VACCINATION LAWS
Experts believe that the bill could help prevent another measles outbreak like the one that occurred at Disneyland.
9. 2 DEAD AFTER MAN SETS SELF ON FIRE ON JAPAN TRAIN
At least nine others are injured, one seriously, mostly from smoke inhalation, on the famed bullet train.
10. OPENLY TRANSGENDER SWIMMER AT HARVARD BELIEVED TO BE A 1ST
Schuyler Bailar is recruited to the women’s team, but the university lets him switch to the men’s squad.