Haiti's cholera outbreak – It should be possible to keep an outbreak of cholera out of Haiti's capital, but the deadly disease remains a major risk, an international aid worker told CNN on Monday.
The fast-moving outbreak of the disease, which can kill a person in hours, has claimed at least 253 lives on the impoverished island nation, which has yet to recover from January's massive earthquake. Another 3,015 cases have been reported, according to Haiti's Health Ministry.
Swimmer dies during race – U.S. Swimming Federation authorities expect to receive the body of Fran Crippen Monday. The star open-water swimmer died Saturday during the last leg of the Marathon Swimming World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.
The loss of Crippen, 26, hit hard in suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he grew up in a family of swimmers who trained and began competing there. Until his death, Crippen was on track to achieve his goal of being an Olympian. We'll be taking a look at what factors may have led to his death and how often this kind of horrible accident occurs during this type of race.
Chandra Levy trial – The trial of a man charged in the 2001 killing of Washington intern Chandra Levy begins Monday. Authorities believe Ingmar Guandique attacked Levy, 24, as she jogged in a park and then killed her.
A jury for the trial was seated Friday. Prosecutors, defense attorneys and the judge picked a total of 12 women and four men – four of whom are alternates – to serve on the panel. Levy's disappearance nine years ago received widespread publicity because of her alleged relationship with a sitting congressman.