Queen Elizabeth II is seen during the Diamond Jubilee carriage procession prior to the service of thanksgiving at St.Paul's Cathedral on the Mall on June 5, 2012 in London, England.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. WHY US BUDGET CUTS MAY BE HERE TO STAY
Washington didn't implode and no one has yet crafted a politically viable way to roll back the cuts.
2. MIRACLE IN MISSISSIPI GIVES HOPE TO HIV PATIENTS
A baby who received early aggressive treatment appears to have been cured of virus that causes AIDS.
3. SELMA'S `BLOODY SUNDAY' POIGNANT 5 DECADES LATER
Thousands re-enact the voting rights march just days after the U.S. Supreme Court heard a request to strike down key portion of Voting Rights Act.
4. HOW BIG OF A TAX BILL IS FAIR
New analysis shows wealthy families are paying some of their biggest federal tax bills in decades.
5. A ROYAL STOMACH BUG
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II is hospitalized for the first time in a decade.
6. PREMATURE BABY FIGHTS FOR LIFE AFTER PARENTS KILLED
A pregnant mother and her husband en route to hospital die in a car accident, but newborn survives -- in serious condition.
7. ON MIDEAST TRIP, KERRY FOCUSES ON SYRIA, IRAN
After stop in Egypt to release $250M in aid for reforms, the secretary of state is also visiting Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar.
8. CREWS DEMOLISH HOUSE OVER DEADLY FLA. SINKHOLE
Engineers hope to get a clear view of the giant crater that swallowed Jeff Bush, whose body hasn't been found.
9. WHAT ARRIVED AT SPACE STATION AFTER SHAKY START
The private Earth-to-orbit SpaceX Dragon capsule delivers food, tools and even apples to astronauts, despite glitch following launch.
10. WHO BREAKS BARRIERS, BUT DOESN'T SPLIT UPRIGHTS
Lauren Silberman becomes first woman to try out at a pro football combine, even if her day lasted all of two kicks before a pulled a muscle.