Late-breaking news, upcoming events and stories of interest:
1. COLORADO SHOOTING SUSPECT FACES ARRAIGNMENT.James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people in a suburban Denver movie theater, faces formal charges at 11:30 a.m. and legal analysts expect the case to be dominated by arguments over his sanity.
2. WHERE THE GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE IS TODAY. After courting Jewish donors in Jerusalem, Romney will meet with past and present Polish officials and then head to the site where the first shots were fired in World War II — Westerplatte Memorial — at 11:50 a.m.
U.S. AUDIT: $200 MILLION WASTED ON IRAQI POLICE TRAININGAuditors conclude that more than $200 million was wasted on a program that Baghdad says was neither needed nor wanted.
4. HEY YOU! WATCH WHERE YOU'RE GOING.AP's Joan Lowy reports that injuries to smartphone-distracted walkers have more than quadrupled in the past seven years.
5. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION GETS MARQUEE INVITE.Sources tell the AP's Julie Pace and Ken Thomas that Bill Clinton will make a prime-time speech in Charlotte, N.C., on Sept. 5, the night before Obama formally accepts the party nomination.
6. BLACKOUT IN INDIA AFFECTS TRANSIT, HOSPITALS.The electricity grid across northern India crashes, leaving 370 million people without power in one of the worst outages in more than a decade.
7. APPLE, SAMSUNG BEGIN LITIGATION.The two tech titans will square off in federal court beginning today in a closely watched trial over control of the U.S. smartphone and computer tablet markets.
8. BIRTHPLACE OF ARAB SPRING AT CROSSROADS.In Tunisia, the increasing boldness of ultraconservative Muslims known loosely as Salafis, want to turn this North African country of 10 million into a strict Islamic state.
9. CURTAIN DROPS ON HOLLYWOOD-THEMED STORE.Movie Star News amassed a staggering amount of film stills, posters and negatives over the past 73 years — including 1,500 prints of pin-up Bettie Page. But now its entire inventory was sold to a Las Vegas collectibles company.
10. GYMANSTICS IN EARLY SPOTLIGHT AT LONDON GAMES.The U.S. men's gymnastics team, led by Danell Leyva, hits the mat at 9:30 a.m. looking to win its first team gold since 1984.