1. 'HE LOVED ME ENOUGH TO TAKE SOME BULLETS FOR ME'
Caleb Edwards, 15, recounts how his cousin Jordan Blackwell was killed while using his own body to shield Caleb from gunfire in a Mississippi shooting rampage where seven others also died.
2. IRAQ CAR BOMB KILLS OVER ONE DOZEN PEOPLE
Some 24 others were also wounded in the blast outside a popular ice cream shop in central Baghdad.
3. WHAT TIGERS WOODS BLAMES FOR DUI CHARGE
The pro golfer says an unexpected reaction to prescription medicine — not alcohol — led to his arrest over the weekend.
4. 'WORDS CANNOT MEASURE THE DEPTH OF THEIR DEVOTION'
President Trump honors the nation's fallen military men and women during a Memorial Day service at Arlington National Cemetery.
5. THOUSANDS PAY TRIBUTE ON JFK CENTENNIAL
On what would have been the late president's 100th birthday, the JFK Presidential Library and Museum in Boston holds a celebration that capped a long holiday weekend of events.
6. WHY SOME VIEW 6-DAY WAR AS PYRRHIC VICTORY FOR ISRAEL
Fifty years after Israel greatly expanded its territory in the lightning-fast conflict, it faces charges that its treatment of the Palestinians is a form of apartheid.
7. WHERE SUMMER AIR TRAVEL COULD HIT RECORD
Thanks to a stable economy and decent gas prices, U.S. airlines are expected to carry 234 million passengers this summer — which would be up 10 million from last year.
8. WHO FLEXES DIPLOMATIC MUSCLES AGAINST RUSSIA
Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron says he had "extremely frank" and "direct" talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
9. AWARD-WINNING SPORTS WRITER DEFORD DIES AT 78
Frank Deford, columnist for Sports Illustrated and contributor to NPR, "was a giant in the world of sports. His loss is immeasurable," says broadcaster Bryant Gumbel.
10. DJOKOVIC OPENS DEFENSE IN PARIS
No. 2-seeded Novak Djokovic was not always at his clean-swinging best while beating Marcel Granollers 6-3, 6-4, 6-2.