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10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
The president-elect plans a rare press conference this week, where reporters are sure to ask whether he accepts U.S. intelligence findings that Moscow meddled in the election.
Esteban Santiago, who is due to appear in court Monday, is accused of fatally shooting five travelers and wounding six others at the Fort Lauderdale airport.
Yet the night belonged to Meryl Streep, who earned a lifetime achievement award and in her speech spoke up for journalists, honored Carrie Fisher and took shots at Trump.
The attack by a Palestinian driver comes as Palestinians have warned of dire consequences if Trump follows through on his promise to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.
Rescue workers pull drivers from cars stuck on flooded Northern California roads amid torrential rains and heavy mountain snows.
Although the president's signature law is in jeopardy, many of its underlying principles enjoy broad support - such as the need to cover people with pre-existing medical conditions.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell knocks Democrats for complaining that some Cabinet picks have not received ethics reviews.
The average cost of regular gasoline hits $2.38 as fuel prices catch up with rising crude oil costs.
More than a week after her messy New Year's Eve performance, Mariah Carey remains upset, saying the show's production team "foiled me."
Le'Veon Bell runs for a franchise postseason record 167 yards and two TDs as Pittsburgh knocks off Miami 30-12 to move up to the AFC divisional playoffs.