Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is expected to give a speech on climate change today, where she'll pledge to have 500 million solar panels built if she's elected.
- Senior Republicans in the Senate took to the floor during a Sunday session to condemn comments by Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, who accused fellow Republican Mitch McConnell, the Senate majority leader, of lying about the Export-Import Bank, which the Senate ended up voting to re-authorize.
- The Associated Press tracked slaver fishing vessels that escaped capture off the coast of Indonesia to a strait near Papua New Guinea, about 1000 miles away.
- An Al Shabaab suicide bomber who drove a truck into a hotel in Mogadishu killed nine people, including a Kenyan diplomat and a Chinese embassy guard.
- The government in China has lifted all its bans on video game consoles.
- Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown died aged 22.
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