10 Things to Know for Monday

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Posted: Jan 24, 2016 9:08 PM
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. WHO GOT THE WORST OF THE EAST COAST BLIZZARD

Glengary, West Virginia, received the biggest hit with 42 inches of snow. New York City measured 26.8 inches, while 22.4 inches blanketed Washington.

2. IN ASIA, KERRY URGES PEACEFUL OUTCOME TO MARITIME DISPUTES

The U.S. secretary of state seeks solutions to complaints about Beijing's construction of man-made islands in the South China Sea.

3. GOP CANDIDATES SPAR OVER WHO'S MOST CONSERVATIVE

Donald Trump likens himself to Ronald Reagan, Jeb Bush touts Bob Dole's endorsement, and Ted Cruz brandishes the endorsement from Iowa's Rep. Steve King.

4. WHAT CLINTON, SANDERS LEARN FROM OBAMA'S '08 WIN

Bernie Sanders sees the president's first White House victory as an inspirational underdog story; Hillary Clinton sees it as a testament to a robust, refined political network.

5. VIDEO SHOWS PARIS ATTACKERS COMMITTING PREVIOUS KILLINGS

The nine men are filmed beheading bound prisoners or shooting a kneeling captive in Islamic State-controlled territory sometime before the Nov. 13 Paris massacre.

6. WHY SEALING GREECE'S SEA BORDER IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE

No matter how many patrol boats are out in Greek waters, attempting to force a vessel of asylum-seekers back into Turkish waters is both illegal and dangerous, officials agree.

7. MAGNITUDE-7.1 QUAKE RATTLES SOUTH-CENTRAL ALASKA

The temblor knocks items off shelves and damages some buildings, but causes no major injuries.

8. SHIMON PERES RUSHED TO HOSPITAL

The former Israeli president suffers chest pains, a week after a mild heart attack.

9. 'THE REVENANT' SURVIVES SNOWSTORM, RAKES IN $16M IN WEEKEND

Leonardo DiCaprio's wintry frontier saga keeps drawing big audiences despite hundreds of weather-related theater closures.

10. MANNING WINS SHOOTOUT VS. BRADY

The Denver Broncos defeat the New England Patriots 20-18 in an all-out battle to advance to the Super Bowl.