10 Things to Know for Today
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
The president is packing it with meetings that suggest he's keeping an open ear, including talks with congressional leaders and a breakfast and listening session with business leaders.
The enormous system that spun off apparent tornados scattered destruction in communities from Mississippi to Georgia.
Samsung's mobile division president, Koh Dong-jin, ruled out any problems with other aspects of the Note 7, either in its hardware or its software.
The Russia- and Turkey-backed meeting will be the first between Syria's warring sides in a year and is expected to focus on consolidating a shaky truce that has been in place since Dec. 30.
Criminal gangs or militants could target buildings bearing his name in gold, abduct workers associated with his enterprises for ransom or worse.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida must decide whether to provoke the new president's wrath by opposing his secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson.
The calls by members of Congress on both sides of the aisle come in response to an AP investigation that found trafficking in hard-to-find food has become big business in Venezuela.
Flash flood watches and warnings are in effect for swaths of greater Los Angeles and across Southern California where multiple roads were closed or blocked by fallen trees.
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While much of the attention between now and the NFL championship game on Feb. 5 in Houston will be focused on Brady vs. Ryan, the truly key matchup could be Atlanta's score-at-will offense.