Hornets' Kidd-Gilchrist out indefinitely, has torn labrum

Charlotte Hornets forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is expected to miss an extended period of time after an MRI revealed he has a torn labrum in his right shoulder. The team made the announcement Monday, but would not say if he needed surgery or how long he will be out. On Sunday, the team announced he had a separated shoulder, but an MRI upon returning to Charlotte confirmed additional a torn labrum too.

AP PHOTOS: Gills Creek gets one of rainiest days in years

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- The epicenter of the massive East Coast rainstorm is Gills Creek, a stream that starts off in a sparsely populated area near a state park north of Columbia. The creek runs through several neighborhoods before emptying into the Congaree River south of town. On Sunday, Gills Creek turned into a raging torrent of murky brown floodwater that swamped dozens of homes, apartments and businesses.

Oscar Pistorius Parole Hearing Delayed

(PRETORIA, South Africa) -- Oscar Pistorius will likely remain behind bars for at least a few more weeks while his case is referred back to the parole board. A decision to grant him parole was delayed again and Pistorius must remail in jail, says the BBC . Pistorius was referred for psychotherapy, "in order to address criminogenic factors of the crime he committed," according to a statement from South Africa's Department of Correctional Services.

Seattle High School Football Player Dies Days After Being Injured

(SEATTLE) -- A high school football player died at a Seattle hospital Monday, days after he suffered an injury while playing, officials said. Kenney Bui, a high school senior, died before noon PST Monday, a rep for Harborview Medical Center told ABC News. Bui, who played wide receiver and defensive back, was injured during the fourth quarter of a Friday night football game, according to ABC affiliate KOMO-TV in Seattle.

Twitter gives co-founder Jack Dorsey a 2nd chance as CEO

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Twitter is embracing Jack Dorsey as its CEO in hopes that its once-spurned co-founder can hatch a plan to expand the short messaging service's audience and end nearly a decade of financial losses. The hiring revealed Monday in a regulatory filing ends Twitter's three-month search for a new leader.

Tom Bergeron Will Miss Monday's "Dancing with the Stars"

(LOS ANGELES) -- Tom Bergeron will miss Monday's edition of  Dancing with the Stars  to be with his ailing father. He took to Twitter on Sunday night to share the news with his followers. "I'll miss 2morrow's #dwts to be at my Dad's bedside," he  wrote . "He's given me a lifetime of support. Time to return the favor." The message was accompanied by a photo of himself with his father when he was younger.

Demi Lovato Opens Up About Mental Health

(WASHINGTON) --   Singing sensation Demi Lovato wants Congress to make mental health a top priority and she heads to Capitol Hill Tuesday to meet with members of Congress to raise awareness of mental illness. Earlier on Monday she spoke candidly at the National Alliance of Mental Health convention in Washington, D.C., about her own mental health struggles. The popular singer credited her friends and families for her recovery.