10 things to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Republicans pushing a plan to dismantle Obama's health care law brace for a Congressional Budget Office analysis widely expected to conclude that fewer Americans will have health coverage under the proposal.
2. WHERE BLIZZARD COULD DUMP 18 INCHES OF SNOW
Forecasters say a nor'easter will bring heavy, wind-whipped snow from New Jersey to Maine.
3. NO LET-UP IN DISPUTE BETWEEN NATO ALLIES
Turkey summons the Netherlands' top diplomat to formally protest the treatment of a Turkish minister in that country over the weekend.
4. TRUMP TO MEET, GREET ANGELA MERKEL
The German chancellor is heading to Washington for her first meeting with the U.S. president.
5. LIVESTOCK PERISHING IN SOMALIA'S DROUGHT
The worsening drought is killing off up to 70 percent of herders' animals, leaving a key population without their main source of survival.
In the tough neighborhoods of greater Boston, an unusual program is seeking to steer hundreds of the region's highest-risk young men away from a return behind bars.
7. SCIENTISTS RACE TO PREVENT WIPEOUT OF CORAL REEFS
The unique underwater ecosystems are dying on an unprecedented scale due to rising ocean temperatures.
8. LEGENDARY PHOTOGRAPHER TO RETIRE
Nick Ut, the Pulitzer Prize-winner most famous for his image from the Vietnam War known worldwide as "Napalm Girl," is ending a 51-year career at the AP.
9. WHOSE TV PROFILE IS RISING
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow emerges as the favorite cable news host for presidential resistors in the opening days of the Trump administration.
On Selection Sunday, the Wildcats' first trip to the NCAA Tournament in program history steals the headlines.