Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Trump's pick for attorney general will be queried about civil rights and immigration at his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing.
Prosecutors will deliver their closing arguments to persuade a jury to sentence the convicted Charleston church shooter to death.
Days dwindling in his presidency, Obama is delivering a parting plea in Chicago to Americans not to lose faith in their future, no matter what they think about their next president.
Esteban Santiago, 26, an Iraq war veteran, will be appointed a public defender after he was accused of killing five people and wounding six more.
The nation's top intelligence official will answer questions from another Senate panel about a declassified report that fingered the Kremlin in hacking during the presidential campaign.
Hundreds of thousands of people flood the streets of Tehran, beating their chests and wailing in grief for the late Iranian leader.
Anders Behring Breivik, who killed 77 people in 2011, returns to court as the government appeals a ruling that his isolation in prison breaches the European Convention on Human Rights.
One official says Kim Kardashian West's chauffeur that night and the chauffeur's brother were among 17 people arrested.
The actors will handle their divorce in a private forum and work together to reunify their family, a joint statement to AP reveals.
Deshaun Watson's 2-yard touchdown pass with 1 second remaining lifts the Tigers past Alabama 35-31 and gives them their first national championship since 1981.