Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

Leaked emails hurt the Democrats ahead of the convention, and Munich police piece together gunman's motivations

After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's what you need to get caught up this Monday morning. 

Book on teenage shooting sprees found during search of Munich gunman's room

The Munich gunman appears to have researched mass killings before the Friday evening massacre.

A search of David Ali Sonboly's room has indicated he was obsessed with mass killings, with police ruling out links to the Islamic State.  

During the search of his room, investigators found a book called 'Rampage in Head: Why Students Kill'. 

Tension among US Democrats as leaked emails suggest officials tried to undermine Sanders

Leaked emails from top US Democrats have caused friction just days before the party’s national convention.

A cache of emails released by Wikileaks appears to show several senior party figures mocking former presidential contender Bernie Sanders.

Over 19,000 emails from seven officials, covering the period from January 2015 to May 2016, were made public ahead of a crucial week for the party.

"I've given it everything I can" - Liam Dunne remains coy over future with Wexford

Wexford hurling manager Liam Dunne cast doubt over his future with the senior panel after their defeat to Waterford in the All-Ireland quarter-final this afternoon.

Wexford showed very few signs of threatening an underwhelming Deise side and were beaten by 10 points at Semple Stadium.

Speaking after the game, he hinted at stepping down from his position after being involved in the county for so long.

Rape victim sues after being jailed for a month during attacker's trial

A rape victim is suing a Texas county after she was jailed for more than a month because authorities feared she wouldn’t be able to testify against her rapist.

A Texas court has heard that the victim suffered a mental breakdown during her rapist’s trial so she was put in prison because it was feared she would flee before finishing her testimony.

We can't rewind, we've gone too far: Last remaining VCR manufacturer to cease production

Some readers may be able to look far enough back in to the sands of time to remember the days before BluRay and DVD, to a very different form of technology. 

Before the arrival of on-demand programming and digital recorders, the Video Cassette Recorder or VCR was the piece of technology that "disrupted" the industry, as they might say in the parlance of our times.