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10 Things to Know for Monday

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

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

1. PURSUIT PROVES FATAL FOR STORMCHASERS

Tim Samaras, son Paul and colleague Carl Young, killed in Oklahoma, are believed to be first scientific researchers to die in tornado.

2. THE US WANTS CHINA TO ADDRESS CYBER THREATS

At upcoming summit, Obama will be looking for signs that President Xi is ready to engage on espionage.

3. HOW VINEGAR IS SAVING WOMEN'S LIVES IN INDIA

An inexpensive test for cervical cancer, a top killer in the developing world, is credited with amazing results.

4. THE RULING THAT COULD FURTHER INFLAME EGYPT

Country's top court says parliament was illegally elected, setting the stage for potential street battles.

5. A DARK SIDE TO THE WONDER OF 3-D PRINTING

The ability to create solid objects from a desktop could fundamentally disrupt manufacturing economies.

6. NO END IN SIGHT FOR PROTESTS IN TURKEY

An exuberant rally was revived when 10,000 people gathered to call for the Erdogan government to resign.

7. WAITING FOR THE WINNER

After more than a week, folks in Zephyrhills, Fla., are eager to know the ID of the $590 million Powerball winner, who bought the ticket at a local store.

8. ANGELINA JOLIE STEPS BACK ON THE RED CARPET

The actress greets fans at the London premiere of Brad Pitt's "World War Z," her first public appearance since announcing her double mastectomy.

9. PUFFINS AT PERIL IN THE US

And there are signs they are in distress elsewhere as the AP reports that the seabirds are dying of starvation.

10. HEAT, PACERS HEAD INTO GAME 7

To the winner, a trip to the NBA Finals. To the loser, an offseason loaded with regret.

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