Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. MOST ENDURING AVIATION MYSTERY REMAINS UNSOLVED
After nearly three years, the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is called off, as crews complete their Indian Ocean search without a trace.
2. ISTANBUL NIGHTCLUB ATTACKER CAUGHT
Turkish authorities capture the gunman who carried out the deadly New Year's assault, with officials saying that the suspect is an Uzbekistan national who trained in Afghanistan and carried out the attack on behalf of IS.
3. TRUMP INHERITS MANY DIFFERENT AMERICAS
AP journalists traveled to four corners of the U.S. - Westminster, California, Lula, Georgia, Plymouth, Pennsylvania and Lincoln, Nebraska - to hear from citizens about their hopes and fears.
4. UK PREMIER TO SIGNAL 'HARD BREXIT'
Theresa May is preparing to make a speech that will signal that Britain will make a clean break from the European Union and not seek to remain "half-in, half-out."
5. CHINA TAKING DAVOS BY STORM
President Xi Jinping leads a Chinese delegation of over 100 officials and scores of business executives attending the World Economic Forum, a tectonic shift at the nearly half-century-old event.
6. WHAT INTERIOR DEPARTMENT PICK IS SAYING
Republican Rep. Ryan Zinke says he would never sell, give away or transfer public lands - a crucial stance in his home state of Montana and the West.
7. ORLANDO NIGHTCLUB GUNMAN'S WIFE FACES CHARGES TIED TO ATTACK
Noor Salman, 30, is arrested on charges that authorities say include obstruction of justice and providing material support to a foreign terrorist organization.
8. GOP TARGETS LANDMARK ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
One of the government's most powerful conservation tools, the act has faced decades of complaints that it hinders drilling, logging and other activities.
9. GM PLANNING BIG ANNOUNCEMENT
The giant automaker is expected to declare a $1 billion investment in its factories that will create or keep around 1,000 jobs, AP learns.
10. DEADLINE FACING PRINCE ESTATE
It has until the weekend to file a tax return that is expected gobble up more than half of the $200 million value of the late superstar's assets.