Federal and state claims against BP for the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill have been resolved with the oil giant, the Justice Department says. The resolution includes civil claims and "the restoration of natural resources in the Gulf of Mexico," the agency says..

Details of the resolution will be announced Monday by Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch at an 11 a.m. ET news conference. The gathering will include Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, and EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy.

Our friends over at Planet Money built this interactive graphic that illuminates yet another aspect of the Education Department's new College Scorecard. It shows the average annual price that families actually pay at 1,550 four-year colleges, by income.

The medicines they helped develop are credited with improving the lives of millions. And now three researchers working in the U.S., Japan, and China have won the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Among the winners: William C. Campbell of Drew University in Madison N.J., for his work on the roundworm parasite.

The United States Supreme Court opens a new term Monday, and, as always, many of the most contentious issues facing the country — including abortion, birth control coverage, public employee unions, affirmative action in higher education, voter participation — are likely to be before the court.

But there is a difference this term. Chief Justice John Roberts, despite his overall conservative record on the bench, has become a punching bag for candidates vying for the Republican presidential nomination.

Women concerned about their fertility can use a test to help decide whether they should freeze their eggs now or still have time to have a baby.

But this test, called an ovarian reserve test, is often ambiguous and can be misinterpreted. Some fertility specialists worry that many women will be misled by their results, leading some to feel pressured to freeze their eggs when they don't need to and others to miss their best window to do so.

North Korea has returned a New York University student and South Korean national who had been detained in Pyongyang since April.

21-year-old Joo Won-moon was in North Korean custody after he crossed the border from China into North Korea, hoping to help strengthen ties between the two Koreas.

"I thought some great event could happen and hopefully that event could have a good effect in the relationship between the North and the South," Joo told CNN in an interview in May.

ArtPrize announces 20 finalists in public voting

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Organizers of the ArtPrize art competition in Grand Rapids say the public votes are in for the 20 finalists vying for the grand prize of $200,000.

ArtPrize, which announced the finalists Sunday afternoon, says nearly 31,000 people cast roughly 377,000 votes in four categories. 

Those categories are two-dimensional, three-dimensional, installation and time-based.

Finalists come from across Michigan, the Midwest and the U.S., and as far away as Italy.

They were selected from 1,550 eligible works representing 48 countries and 42 states and territories.

Catholic bishops and other representatives of the world's more than 1 billion Roman Catholics are meeting in Rome on Sunday for the start of the Synod on the Family. This meeting will guide Church teaching on issues like marriage, divorce and contraception.

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NATO in Afghanistan says it will lead an investigation into an airstrike in Kunduz this weekend that hit a Médecins Sans Frontières hospital, killing 22 people — an attack that the humanitarian organization, also known as Doctors Without Borders, has called "a war crime."