10 Things to Know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. WHICH PROMISES OBAMA KEPT
After last year's State of the Union speech, he was able to check off most of what he vowed to do through executive action. But his biggest plans sputtered.
2. POPE REAFFIRMS CHURCH'S CONTRACEPTION BAN
At the same time, he says it's not true that to be a good Catholic "you have to be like rabbits."
3. SHIITE REBELS BATTLE TROOPS IN YEMEN, SEIZE MEDIA
The violence could complicate U.S. efforts to battle al-Qaida's Yemeni affiliate, which has claimed responsibility for the newspaper attack in Paris.
4. MARTIN LUTHERN KING JR. COMMEMORATED WITH CALL FOR NONVIOLENCE
"He taught us that we still have a choice to make: nonviolent coexistence or violent co-annihilation," the Rev. Bernice King, his daughter, tells an audience in Atlanta.
5. RICH KEEP GETTING RICHER
By 2016, the richest 1 percent will own more than half the world's wealth, a global charity reports.
6. WHO'S UNDER NFL SCRUTINY
The league is looking into whether the Patriots deflated footballs that were used during their win over Indianapolis in the AFC title game.
7. IRANIAN GENERAL KILLED IN AIRSTRIKE, TEHRAN SAYS
The strike - neither confirmed nor denied by Israel - also kills six Hezbollah militants in Syria's Golan Heights.
8. WHAT'S NEXT FOR TEEN SWEETHEARTS WHO RAN FROM LAW
Arrested in Florida, Dalton Hayes, 18, has agreed to be taken back to his home state of Kentucky. His girlfriend, 13-year-old Cheyenne Phillips, will face charges in juvenile court.
9. HOW TIGER WOODS LOST A TOOTH
The golfer is struck in the mouth by a camera while wading through a crush of photographers, his agent says.
10. NATIONALS GET MAX SCHERZER FOR SEVEN YEARS, $210 MILLION
The deal makes the 30-year-old the richest right-handed pitcher in the major leagues.