10 things to know for Tuesday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. OFFICIALS: BODIES FROM LOST AIRASIA FLIGHT FOUND IN JAVA SEA
Indonesian authorities spot six bodies from the flight that went missing off the coast of Borneo island, and recover three of them.
2. WHY THERE'S A PILOT SHORTAGE IN ASIA
With a surge in air travel across the region, airlines are struggling to hire and train enough crews to keep up with demand.
3. WHO WILL RESIGN FROM CONGRESS
Days after pleading guilty to tax evasion, U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm, a New York Republican, says he will step down.
4. CHAOS FOLLOWED FIRE ON ADRIATIC FERRY
"The jungle law prevailed," one passenger says, describing the scene as people fought to be evacuated from the vessel.
5. WHICH NATION IS LIKELY TO DRIVE 2015 WORLD ECONOMY
As other developing countries falter, the U.S. continues its steady rebound from the Great Recession.
6. COST OF BEING UNINSURED GOING UP IN US
Penalties under Obama's health care law will double for millions of people next year.
7. HOW OTHER CITIES COPY TIMES SQUARE BALL DROP
From a New Mexico chile pepper to a Georgia peach, communities model New Year's countdowns on celebrations surrounding New York City's sparkling orb.
8. 'THE INTERVIEW' TURNS HEADS IN HOLLYWOOD
The film has already earned more than $15 million from digital rentals and downloads — suggesting that video-on-demand revenue can be surprisingly robust.
9. OBAMA'S GOLF GAME IN HAWAII BUMPS ARMY COUPLE FROM WEDDING ON 16TH HOLE
To accommodate the vacationing president, the couple is told to move from the spot on the oceanside course where they'd planned to tie the knot.
10. AP NAMES ITS FEMALE ATHLETE OF YEAR
Philadelphia eighth-grader Mo'ne Davis — the youngest ever to win the AP honor — became an instant celebrity as she took the mound this summer in the Little League World Series.