National & World News
10 Things to Know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. NETANYAHU ARRIVES IN US AHEAD OF SPEECH TO CONGRESS
On a mission to warn of the dangers of a nuclear-armed Iran, the Israeli prime minister visits Washington for the speech the White House didn't want him to give.
2. TENS OF THOUSANDS MARCH TO MOURN SLAIN PUTIN FOE
About 30,000 people gather for the demonstration in Moscow following Boris Nemtsov's killing, making it the largest opposition rally in more than a year.
3. WHY UNMASKING MAY DIMINISH `JIHADI JOHN'
The Islamic State executioner, who's been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, could become the target of a drone attack if the U.S. or Britain can learn his precise whereabouts.
4. STILL NO SIGNS OF HOMELAND SECURITY DEAL
The clock is ticking amid a one-week extension to keep the agency running, but Democrats and Republicans have not reached an agreement on a final bill to fully fund the department.
5. WHERE SOME WANT TO RAISE ADULT CRIMINAL AGE TO 18
Since 1918, Texas has charged 17-year-olds as adults, even though they can't vote, join the military or serve on juries.
6. SPACEWALKING ASTRONAUTS COMPLETE CABLE JOB
They routed several-hundred feet of power and data lines on the space station, to be used by new crew capsules commissioned by NASA.
7. HIGH COURT RULING COULD ALTER ELECTORAL MAP DRAWING
The court will hear arguments in an appeal by Republican lawmakers in Arizona against the state's voter-approved independent redistricting commission for creating the districts of U.S. House members.
8. WHAT YEARLONG SEARCH FOR FLIGHT 370 YIELDS
While the missing airliner has yet to turn up, the protracted search has generated better undersea maps, improved search and rescue and advances in aircraft tracking.
9. NEW STORM MAY PUSH BOSTON OVER SNOWFALL RECORD
With 102 inches this season, the city needs 5.7 more to break the 1995-1996 record of 107.6.
10. MINNIE MINOSO, BELOVED `CUBAN COMET,' PASSES
The former Chicago White Sox slugger, who helped clear the way for generations of minority ballplayers, died Sunday.