Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
In his debut at the annual economic summit in Davos, the U.S. president will argue that his “America First” agenda can go hand-in-hand with global cooperation.
Answering questions under oath in the special counsel's probe of Russian election interference and the president's possible obstruction in the firing of FBI Director James Comey.
When China Labor Watch confronted the now presidential adviser with charges of labor abuses at its Chinese suppliers, her company refused to engage, an AP investigation finds.
That's what a prosecutor called the once-renowned gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, who was sentenced to decades in prison for molesting some of the sport's top athletes.
Loyalists of Egypt's president are handing out cash and food to poor voters as they try to gather tens of thousands of signatures to support his bid for re-election in March.
Washington's partisan brinksmanship is fueling new efforts to reduce the two parties’ influence on U.S. politics and launch the campaigns of independents around the country.
Attacks on the minority Muslim group appear to be continuing in Myanmar and it is not yet safe for the hundreds of thousands of refugees living in Bangladesh to begin returning home.
The duration of the bull market, inflation, central bank policy, unrealistic expectations, a trade war and a real war are potential threats.
Elton John is retiring from the road after his upcoming three-year global tour, capping nearly 50 years on stages around the world.
Chipper Jones, Jim Thome, Vladimir Guerrero and Trevor Hoffman are easily elected to baseball's Hall of Fame.