It's Monday, July 7 and here is your day ahead:

In local news...

WEATHER: We'll see plenty of sunshine this morning, but skies will become partly sunny for the afternoon. It's going to be a warm and humid day with highs reaching the lower to middle 80s. Full forecast 

1. BLACKHAWK PARK DROWNING

An autopsy is expected today or tomorrow on Thomas Biggs, who drowned in a pond at Blackhawk Park this weekend. He went missing on Friday, and searchers found his body Sunday in a pond across the road from where his family was camping. Authorities don't suspect foul play. Full story

2. MISSING MAN

A Fitchburg man is missing after going on an afternoon bike ride and not returning home. Robert Lucas, 59, was last seen near the intersection of Byrne and Syene Roads in Fitchburg. Lucas was wearing a white biking shirt with red sleeves, black biking shorts, black shoes, and a white and gray bicycle helmet. He was riding a blue and black Orbea bicycle. Full story

3. HEALTHCARE EXCHANGE LAWSUIT

 A hearing is set for today in Green Bay for a federal judge to consider a lawsuit put forth by Sen. Ron Johnson. It challenges how health care reforms have been applied to Congress. Right now, state congressional members and staffers have to get health insurance through small business exchanges. But, the lawsuit filed back in January alleges congressional employees aren't eligible for the exchanges because the federal government is too big. Full story

In national news...

1. BOEHNER LAWSUIT

Speaker of the House John Boehner House speaker vs.President: In an exclusive editorial to CNN, House Speaker John Boehner outlined his reasons for suing President Obama. Boehner says the House is planning legislation this month that would authorize it to file a lawsuit to compel Obama to follow his oath of office. Obama's response: "So sue me." Full story

2. TSA MEASURES

No power? No go: The Transportation Security Administration says it may require security screeners at overseas airports to ask U.S.-bound passengers to turn on their electronic devices to prove they aren't explosive devices. The agency won't allow devices without power on board planes. Full story

3. NSA SURVEILLANCE

Unintended haul: Heaps of baby photos, fitness selfies, medical records and resumes are among thousands of private communications scooped up by NSA spy programs. Edward Snowden provided the Washington Post with a batch of intercepted conversations. Most of the information was from Internet users caught up in the sweep by communicating with a federal target, among others. Full story

4. OSCAR PISTORIUS

Pistorius video Re-enactment video leaked: Video of Oscar Pistorius re-enacting how he says he killed his girlfriend was illegally obtained by the Australian television network that aired it, a lawyer for the former Olympian said. But the network says that isn't so. Channel Seven included the video in an hourlong report on the case against Pistorius, who is on trial for murder in the February 2013 shooting death of Reeva Steenkamp. Full story

5. MIDEAST TENSIONS

Tariq Khdeir Arrests and outrage: Amid simmering tensions between Jews and Palestinians, Israeli authorities arrested several people yesterday after a Palestinian teenager was beaten and burned in a Jerusalem forest. Days after the teen's death, his cousin, Tariq Abu Khdeir, 15, was severely beaten by Israeli security forces in an incident captured on video. Full story