10 things to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. WHAT OBAMA PLANS TO PITCH DURING STATE OF UNION
The president will roll out plans for tax hikes on the wealthiest Americans in his annual address Tuesday.
2. WHO MARCHES IN ALABAMA TO HONOR MLK
Actors from the biopic 'Selma' and hundreds of others retrace the steps of activists who braved tear gas and police dogs in the 1965 fight for voting rights.
3. HOW MANY TURN OUT FOR POPE'S FINAL DAY IN PHILIPPINES
A record 6 million people pour into Manila's rain-soaked streets and its biggest park for the pontiff's last Mass of his Asia trip.
4. TOURISM IN FRANCE DROPS FOLLOWING TERROR ATTACK
Just over a week after a deadly attack, fewer tourists are seen at the Eiffel tower and other major sites.
5. POLICE FIND 2 TEEN SUSPECTS IN SOUTHERN CRIME SPREE
Two teenage sweethearts suspected in a crime spree are taken into custody in Florida. One appears in court Monday morning.
6. WHY N. KOREA DEFECTOR IS BACK IN SPOTLIGHT
Shin Dong-Hyuk, who told the world about his childhood in a North Korean prison camp and became the face of international efforts to hold the country accountable for human rights abuses, has changed key parts of his life story, his biographer says.
7. FREEZING RAIN CAUSES MAYHEM IN NORTHEAST
Icy highways lead to wrecks in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New Hampshire that kill at least five people.
8. CLINTON ADVISERS OFFER ECONOMIC ROADMAP
As Hillary Rodham Clinton weighs a 2016 White House run, her allies prepare a plan to raise wages for millions of workers and close the gap between rich and poor.
9. WITH PLUNGING OIL PRICES, ALASKA FACES BUDGET CUTS
The drop in crude prices leaves a shortfall in Alaska, which relies heavily on oil revenues.
10. IMPROBABLE OT WIN SENDS SEAHAWKS TO SUPER BOWL
The Seattle Seahawks become the first defending champions to make the Super Bowl in 10 years, stunning the Green Bay Packers. The Seahawks will play the AFC champion New England Patriots, who routed Indianapolis 45-7.