In the news
■ Prime Minister Justin Trudeau claimed he “got excited somewhere over the Rockies” while listing Canada’s 13 provinces and territories geographically from west to east, and apologized for forgetting Alberta in his Canada Day speech.
■ Ed Gillespie, the GOP candidate for governor in Virginia, is vowing that, if elected, he will work to lift restrictions that only permit “rinky-dink” fireworks in the state, aiming to legalize higher-grade fireworks by next Independence Day.
■ Luiz Carlos da Rocha, a drug lord known as White Head who used plastic surgeries to help him evade authorities for nearly three decades, was arrested in Brazil’s Mato Grosso state, authorities said, adding that they seized about $10 million worth of the drug lord’s assets.
■ Justin Rodriguez, 25, received a four-year sentence and was fired from the Burlington Township, N.J., Police Department after he pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide for driving drunk in a September crash that killed his passenger, 27-year-old Ariana Williams.
■ Ehud Olmert, 71, the former Israeli prime minister who had been in prison for his role in a corruption scandal, made his first public appearance after his early release, mingling with shoppers in an upscale mall in Tel Aviv.
■ Cardinal Gerhard Mueller, the former head of the Vatican office that handles sex abuse cases, denied any differences with Pope Francis, saying his mandate was not renewed because Francis wants to limit terms as a rule “and I was the first where he put this into practice.”
■ Prime Minister Stefan Lofven of Sweden called for better policing and swifter justice for sex crimes after the organizers of one of the country’s biggest music festivals called off next year’s event, citing a rape allegation by a young woman, one of 23 reports of sexual assaults at the festival.
■ Gene Alan Carpenter, 54, faces charges including felony endangerment, Arizona officials said, after they used aerial photos posted on his website to identify him as the man who had flown a drone over a wildfire, hampering firefighting efforts.
■ Rodrigo Londono, also known as Timochenko, the top commander of Colombia’s largest rebel movement, was hospitalized Sunday after a stroke and remained in intensive care as a precaution, doctors said, just days after his group handed over the last of its individual weapons as part of a peace deal.