7 things to know now: Hayden dies; Kaine's not afraid of WikiLeaks; the new Lando Calrissian

Here's a roundup of news trending across the nation and world today.

What to know now:

1. Hayden dies: Tom Hayden, a leading figure in the 1960s anti-war movement, died Sunday after a long illness. Hayden who was one of the defendants in the "Chicago 7" trial, was a co-founder of the anti-war organization Students for a Democratic Society, and an author of the Port Huron Statement, a political manifesto from the SDS. He was married to actress Jane Fonda for nearly two decades before they divorced. Hayden was 76.

2. Truck, bus accident: Authorities are trying to find out why a tour bus rammed into the back of a semi-truck in California, killing 13 and injuring 31 others early Sunday. The bus was returning to Los Angeles from a trip to a casino. The crash happened outside of Palm Springs, Calif., near the spot a maintenance crew had slowed traffic on Interstate 10.

3. Kaine and WikiLeaks: Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, says he is not concerned over a threat from WikiLeaks that he is in for a "surprise" by the release of hacked emails. Kaine says he is not in the business of sending emails that could prove embarrassing to him, but that he is a "regular human being." "I would say it would not be my norm. I do have a temper so, I mean, I imagine I've got an email or two out there that people might find unusual," Kaine said. On the campaign trail, Kaine has questioned whether the emails being released by WikiLeaks are authentic.

4. Guard bonuses: The Pentagon is telling California National Guard soldiers who received enlistment bonuses 10 years ago that they are going to have to repay the money. Audits revealed that bonuses, some of more than $15,000, were overpayments offered by the California Guard under pressure to hit enlistment goals. The payments were made to keep soldiers in the Guard during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. According to the Los Angeles Times, if the soldiers refuse to return the bonuses, they could face interest charges, wage garnishments or tax liens.

5. Princess Grace's home: Prince Albert of Monaco has purchased the Philadelphia home his mother, Princess Grace, grew up in. The 2.5-story brick home was where Prince Albert's father, Prince Rainier, proposed to his mother. According to a real estate agent, the home sold for $754,000. Prince Albert says he is not sure what his family will do with the home yet.

And one more

The producers of the next installment in the "Star Wars" franchise have announced that Donald Glover will play a young Lando Calrissian in a film slated for release in 2018. Glover, who starred in NBC's comedy "Community," will take on the role made famous by Billy Dee Williams in "The Empire Strikes Back," and "Return of the Jedi." The name of the movie that features a young Hans Solo, has not yet been released.

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