Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEADLY RUSSIAN PLANE CRASH IN EGYPT
The airline rules out pilot error or a technical failure, but Russian aviation officials dismiss those comments as premature.
2. COMPANY BEHIND KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE ASKS FOR PAUSE IN PROJECT
The move comes with the U.S. government apparently poised to reject the controversial pipeline before Obama leaves office.
3. WHAT GOP HAD HOPED TO AVOID
A year from Election Day, the Republican Party faces a chaotic primary season, with more than a dozen candidates fighting for voters' support.
4. VATICAN ARRESTS TWO PAPAL ADVISERS
The two aides, caught up in an investigation into leaked confidential documents, had been hand-picked by the pope in his effort to overhaul the Holy See's finances.
5. WHY DEATH RATES FOR MIDDLE-AGES WHITES ARE RISING
Suicides and deaths from drug overdose and alcohol abuse are being blamed for the increase — even as the overall U.S. death rate falls.
6. ELECTION VICTORY PUTS ERDOGAN IN CONTROL OF TURKISH POLITICS
The resurgent leader, though, faces enormous security and economic challenges.
7. SPACE STATION MARKS 15 YEARS OF NONSTOP HUMAN RESIDENCY
Since the first permanent crew moved in on Nov. 2, 2000, 220 people have come and gone, representing 17 countries, and the off-the-planet complex has grown from three to 13 rooms.
8. DOW MOVES INTO THE BLACK
Solid stock gains, adding to big advances last month, push the index into positive territory for 2015.
9. WHICH SINGER HAS REASON TO SMILE
Adele's "Hello" has become the first song to sell a million tracks in a week.
10. KANSAS CITY'S RESILIENCY UPENDED NEW YORK
The Royals trailed in all five games against the Mets, winning three times when they were down in the eighth inning or later — something no team had ever accomplished in the World Series.