By The Associated PressYour daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. SWAP OF GUANTANAMO PRISONERS FOR US SOLDIER STIRS DEBATEU.S. officials say Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s health and safety appeared in jeopardy, prompting action to secure his release from the Taliban, but Republicans say the deal could place U.S. troops in danger.
2. WHAT WHITE HOUSE WANTS TO CHOP BY ONE THIRDThe Obama administration will roll out a plan to cut earth-warming pollution from power plants by 30 percent by 2030.
3. HOW SENATE IS DEALING WITH VA HEALTH CARE SCANDALSen. Bernie Sanders, a Vermont independent and chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee, will promote a bill that seeks to fix the long delays for veterans’ care.
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4. AL-QAIDA IS DECENTRALIZED, BUT NOT NECESSARILY WEAKERExperts argue that the restructured terror group is perhaps even stronger than it has been in recent years, and that the potential for attacks on U.S. soil endures.
5. OBAMA TO PRESS EUROPE ON RUSSIAIn his four-day trip to Poland, Belgium and France, the president will push European leaders to maintain pressure on Moscow over its threatening moves in Ukraine.
6. NASA PLANS MARS PARACHUTE TESTThe skies off the Hawaiian island of Kauai will be a stand-in for Mars as NASA prepares to launch a saucer-shaped vehicle in an experimental flight designed to land heavy loads on the red planet.
7. WHY SOME CALIF. POT FARMS WORSEN DROUGHTSome drought-stricken rivers and streams in Northern California’s coastal forests are being polluted and sucked dry by water-guzzling medical marijuana farms, wildlife officials say.
8. THE LEGACY OF JACQUES COUSTEAUThe ocean explorer’s grandson Fabien plans to spend a month living underwater off a reef in the Florida Keys.
9. EMMY-WINNING `BRADY BUNCH’ HOUSEKEEPER DIES Ann B. Davis, who played lovable Alice for five years in the 1970s sitcom, was 88.
10. FEDERER BREAKS DECADE-LONG STREAK AT FRENCH OPENThe Grand Slam champion lost in the fourth round to Latvia’s Ernest Gulbis, his earliest exit from Roland Garros since 2004.