10 Things to Know for Monday

In this Sunday, July 12, 2015 image made from video, Yahya, a 14-year-old from the Yazidi religious minority, talks about life in an Islamic State training camp, during an interview from a camp for internally displaced people outside Dohuk in the northern Kurdish region of Iraq. He explained how more than 120 children inside the camp had to line up and they were each given a doll and a sword, waiting for their next lesson by their Islamic State group instructors: Behead the doll. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)
In this Sunday, July 12, 2015 image made from video, Yahya, a 14-year-old from the Yazidi religious minority, talks about life in an Islamic State training camp, during an interview from a camp for internally displaced people outside Dohuk in the northern Kurdish region of Iraq. He explained how more than 120 children inside the camp had to line up and they were each given a doll and a sword, waiting for their next lesson by their Islamic State group instructors: Behead the doll. (AP Photo/Bram Janssen)

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

1. AP INTERVIEWS: ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS RECRUIT NEW GENERATION

The terror group enlists teens and children using gifts, threats and brainwashing, according to AP discussions with residents who fled or still live in Islamic State-held territory in Syria and Iraq.

2. WHY MEDICAID ENROLLMENT SURGE WORRIES SOME STATES

Some lawmakers warn the price of expanding the health care program for low-income Americans under the Affordable Care Act could mean less money available for other state services, including education.

3. WHO’S NOT BACKING DOWN FROM DISPARAGING REMARKS

Donald Trump insists, “I will say what I want to say,” a day after dismissing Sen. John McCain’s reputation as a war hero because he was captured in Vietnam.

4. UNDER OATH, COSBY PROVIDES DETAILS ON WOMANIZING

Transcripts from a 2005-06 deposition help show that the comic actor was a philanderer who plied young women with quaaludes.

5. WHAT’S ON CONGRESS’ MIDSUMMER TO-DO LIST

Lawmakers must attend to key issues such as raising the debt limit and easing automatic budget cuts to the Pentagon and other agencies in order to avoid a government shutdown in the months ahead.

6. PENTAGON CHIEF HEADS TO ISRAEL AMID OUTRAGE OVER IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL

Defense Secretary Ash Carter visits Tel Aviv to push ahead with talks on ways the U.S. can further improve Israel’s security, even as the country’s leaders fume over the new agreement with Tehran.

7. US, CUBA REBOOT RELATIONS

The Cuban flag is set to fly outside the country’s diplomatic mission in the United States for the first time since the countries severed ties in 1961.

8. ‘TO WALK AWAY FROM THAT, I’M JUST SO STOKED’

That’s Australian surfer Mick Fanning’s reaction to escaping unharmed after a shark attack that was caught on video in South Africa.

9. NEWPORT FOLK MARKS 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF DYLAN GOING ELECTRIC

On the night of July 25, 1965, Bob Dylan strode onto a stage at the Newport Folk Festival, plugged in an electric guitar and gave the music world a shock.

10. AMATEUR DUNNE EYES HISTORY AT ST. ANDREWS

Paul Dunne, 22 years old, is in a three-way tie heading into the final round of the British Open.

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