July 15, 2015 06:36 AM
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1. WHAT IRAN DEAL MEANS FOR OBAMA

The nuclear accord represents a validation of the president's diplomatic gamble, one that will shape his legacy long after he leaves office.


2. HOW ARAB WORLD REACTS TO IRAN ACCORD

Concerns are widespread that the easing of Tehran's international isolation could tip the bloody contest for power in the region toward this Shiite-led country.


3. GREEK PARLIAMENT TO VOTE ON RESCUE PACKAGE

Lawmakers will consider harsh austerity policies Greece must implement to start talks on a third international bailout as the IMF says debt relief measures from the creditors were lacking.


4. COURT ORDERS VIDEO RELEASED OF POLICE KILLING UNARMED MAN

The public should be able to see what led the city of Gardena to pay $4.7 million to settle a lawsuit with the family of the dead man and another man wounded in the shooting, Judge Stephen V. Wilson says.


5. DRUG LORD'S ESCAPE TUNNEL AN AUDACIOUS FEAT OF ENGINEERING

The mile-long passage was probably dug just for Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman who would have then breezed along on a specially modified motorcycle or one of the two carts it pushed on two steel rails.


6. MH17 RELATIVES GRIEVE, WAIT FOR ANSWERS

For many families of the 298 people killed when the aircraft was brought down last year over eastern Ukraine, agonizing uncertainty is still woven into the fabric of life.


7. NASA SPACECRAFT ACCOMPLISHES FLYBY

New Horizons gets humanity's first up-close look at Pluto, sending word of its triumph across 3 billion miles to scientists waiting breathlessly back home.


8. TEEN RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL AFTER MOUNTAIN PLANE CRASH

Aerial searchers spot the wreckage in the same vicinity where 16-year-old Autumn Veatch emerged from the woods.


9. CRUSADE AGAINST COSBY CONTINUES

Judd Apatow is not wavering on his criticism of the comedian, who's been accused of sexual misconduct by more than two dozen women over four decades.


10. WHO IS BREAKING THE OLYMPIC STADIUM BARRIER

The $2-billion stadium planned for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will likely be the most expensive sports stadium ever, two sports economy experts tell The AP.