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 real estate mogul and reality TV star who upended American politics and energized voters angry with Washington is set to be sworn in.
How the new U.S. president handles immigration, health care, foreign policy and trade will have the rapt attention of a global audience.
A coalition calling itself DisruptJ20 says people participating in its actions will attempt to shut down or cause delays at the inauguration's security checkpoints.
The survivor total includes 2 children, Italian news reports say, citing carabineri.
Joaquin Guzman's exit to face charges in the U.S. marks the end of an era in which he was Mexico's most notorious drug cartel boss and, for some, the stuff of folk legend.
The extremists recaptured the ancient town in December from government troops - nine months after IS was expelled in a Russia-backed offensive - and have previously destroyed other relics there.
Defeated President Yahya Jammeh must cede power in the coming hours or he will be dislodged by a regional force.
Hollywood productions portraying the attack in Boston aren't saying how much they've sought or received in government subsidies to film in the state, AP learns.
Madonna says Trump has done the public a great service because she believes the nation has now hit rock bottom, and the only direction it can go is up.
Stephen Curry joins Golden State teammate Kevin Durant in the lineup, while LeBron James and Kyrie Irving also gave Cleveland two starters in the NBA All-Star Game.
This story has been corrected to note that it was firefighter radio, not police radio, which reported survivors in the Italian avalanche.