Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. MICH. GUNMAN KILLS 6 IN APPARENT RANDOM SHOOTINGS
Police are trying to piece together why Jason Dalton, a 45-year-old Uber driver, targeted the victims in an hours long Kalamazoo rampage.
2. RUBIO, CRUZ BATTLE TO EMERGE AS 'ANTI-TRUMP'
Rubio and Cruz cast themselves as alternatives to the bellicose front runner after Trump's South Carolina primary win.
3. CLINTON SHAKES OFF SOME ANXIETIES WITH NEVADA WIN
Her solid victory helps quell some fears, but challenger Bernie Sanders looks to Super Tuesday to regain ground.
4. NEARLY 130 DIE IN SYRIA BOMBINGS CLAIMED BY ISLAMIC STATE
The blasts in Homs and Damascus highlight the threat posed by the extremists as the country's warring factions fight for the city of Aleppo and world powers chase a truce.
5. WHY UK CANDIDATE SAYS BRITAIN SHOULD LEAVE EU
London Mayor Boris Johnson, a challenger to Prime Minister David Cameron, says he's in favor of Britain quitting the European Union to take back democratic control of its affairs.
6. WHAT POPE ASKS BISHOPS TO OPPOSE IN 'YEAR OF MERCY'
Pope Francis urges Catholic leaders to take a stand against executions this year.
7. COMMON SOFTWARE WOULD HAVE LET FBI UNLOCK SHOOTER'S IPHONE
San Bernardino paid for — but never installed — technology to enable officials to unlock the county-owned phone of one of the killers in the attack that left 14 dead.
8. NEW REPORT UNDERSCORES LACK OF DIVERSITY IN HOLLYWOOD
The study finds that an "epidemic of invisibility" runs top to bottom through the film and TV industry for women, minorities and LGBT people.
9. WHERE MASS. WANTS TO ESTABLISH RATTLESNAKE COLONY
State wildlife officials will hold a meeting to quell fears over plans to establish the endangered, venomous snakes on an island in the western Quabbin Reservoir.
10. WHO WINS FIRST DAYTONA 500 IN WILD FINISH
Denny Hamlin chased down Toyota teammate Matt Kenseth in the final lap to take the checkered flag.