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Among 10 Things to Know: Democrats find Trump's Cabinet picks more reasonable than the president-elect himself; Justice Department to release report on Chicago police abuses; US surge in targeted killings of al-Qaida operatives in Syria
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
If there are going to be fireworks in the Senate over Cabinet nominees, they're yet to come after nearly one week with various statements from some of the picks contradicting Trump's own oft-stated positions on issues.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel has pushed through some reforms over the year, though the report is likely to call for additional, more sweeping change.
The U.S. is targeting senior commanders of the extremist group at an unprecedented rate, killing more than 50 members and its militant allies in the past two weeks.
Only about one of every three job seekers pass U.S. Customs and Border Protection's lie detector, AP finds, raising questions about whether qualified candidates are being treated unfairly.
Obama's decision ending automatic legal residency for any Cuban who touches U.S. soil means ordinary citizens have no easy pathway to a new life in America.
With a median household income of $40,581, they earn 20 percent less than boomers did at the same stage of life, an analysis by Young Invincibles finds.
Players can detach the sides of the remote controller section, use the Switch as a regular handheld, put the display on a table, or use a TV screen as a monitor.
Farmers are raising alternative livestock that they say are more ecologically sound than meat but that are sure to bug some people out: crickets.
Some, like this weekend's "Writers Resist" rallies, are overtly in protest; others are merely an attempt to find a little solace and beauty in words.
Some have even had to close down as resorts in Colorado and elsewhere out West are blanketed in.