Three things you need to know today.
Festival of San Fermin: The bulls begin running through the streets on Thursday, but a full week of partying begins at midday today in Pamplona, Spain, as the Festival of San Fermin begins.
The festival officially begins with the igniting of the Txupinazo rocket in the town's Plaza Ayuntamiento as Pamplona's mayor and town council open the celebrations.
Thousands of bottle champagne will be sprayed and consumed as the party goes into full swing.
For an idea of how the famous running of the bulls will go beginning Thursday, check out this great infographic from Spain's EITB.
Royals to visit destroyed town: Prince William and his wife, Catherine, will visit a fire-stricken town in central Alberta on Wednesday, the seventh day of their Canadian tour.
Slave Lake was devastated by a May wildfire that destroyed homes and other structures.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will meet emergency services personnel from the fire brigade, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the medical response team in the town before visiting with families affected by the disaster.
Clemens' trial: Jury selection begins Wednesday in the perjury trial of baseball legend Roger Clemens.
Clemens is fighting a six-count federal indictment for allegedly misleading members of Congress over use of performance-enhancing drugs.
The former all-star pitcher testified under oath in 2008 that he never used illegal performance-enhancing substances during his 23-year career.
Clemens has never tested positive for drug use, but his name was among 86 that appeared in a report by former Sen. George Mitchell. The 400-page report listed players who are said to have used drugs to improve their performance on the field.
Sports Illustrated's Michael McCann answers eight questions about the Clemens trial.