WASHINGTON (AP) — Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
Four Arab nations cut diplomatic ties to Qatar over its relations with Iran and support of Islamist groups, isolating the tiny energy-rich country by cutting off its land, sea and air routes.
British counterterrorism investigators search two homes and detained “a number” of people, as the Islamic State militant group says its “fighters” carried out the rampage that left seven people dead and scores injured.
Ariana Grande returns to the British city to pay tribute with an all-star concert two weeks after a suicide blast killed 22 of her fans at one of her shows there, as Liam Gallagher, formerly of Oasis, earned loud cheers from a hometown audience.
A Senate panel has pledged aggressive questioning of the fired FBI director into whether the president sought to obstruct a probe into his campaign’s relationship with Russia.
The Russian leader dismisses U.S. claims about Trump, Russia and elections and asks, “Have you all lost your senses over there?”
The White House insists that plans for President Donald Trump’s border wall are on track despite resistance from Congress, but just how long or tall it will be remains unclear.
Raising the debt limit is atop the list, along with completing spending bills to cover the Pentagon and other federal agencies for the 2018 budget year.
Alex Honnold reaches the summit of the imposing Yosemite rock face in about four hours with no safety gear.
A photograph of a Canadian man mowing a lawn with a tornado swirling behind him has been causing a bit of a storm on social media.