Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. NORTHEAST US SHUTS DOWN IN FACE OF BIG STORM
Up to now, it has been a largely snow-free winter in the region.
2. US CHARGES 3 WITH SPYING FOR RUSSIA
The defendants allegedly sought to gather sensitive intelligence on potential U.S. sanctions against Russian banks.
3. SMALL DRONE CRASHES AT WHITE HOUSE
Officials believe the intrusion — blamed on a hobbyist — is the first of its kind on the White House grounds.
4. WHO'S READY TO FUNNEL $1B INTO 2016 US ELECTIONS
The political machine backed by the Koch brothers has a trove that's expected to dwarf the spending even of official Republican committees.
5. KURDS CELEBRATE OUSTING MILITANTS FROM KOBANI
Jubilant fighters raise their flag on a hill in the key Syrian border town that once flew the Islamic State group's black banner.
6. WHY TENSIONS BETWEEN GREECE, EU ARE EASING
Both sides say they're open to negotiating the new prime minister's call for fellow eurozone nations to forgive some of Greece's bailout loans.
7. SPIELBERG: JEWS AGAIN FACING 'DEMONS OF INTOLERANCE'
The film director's warning comes after radical Islamists massacred Jews at a kosher supermarket earlier this month in Paris.
8. HOW NASA BELIEVES IT CAN SAVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
Using private contractors to fly American astronauts to and from the space station should be much cheaper than continuing to hitch rides from Russia.
9. JOAN RIVERS' DAUGHTER SUES CLINIC WHERE COMIC DIED
The lawsuit paints a picture of a careless, cocky staff of doctors who ran roughshod while Rivers lay sedated — even snapping a selfie with her.
10. WHAT BELICHICK, BRADY CAN EXPECT DURING RUNUP TO SUPER BOWL
The Patriots' head coach and starting QB will be fielding lots of questions from the media this week about deflated footballs.