Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. FLYNN RESIGNS AMID RUSSIA CONTACTS CONTROVERSY
The national security adviser initially told Trump advisers that he did not discuss sanctions with the Russian envoy during the transition, but later told officials he may have.
2. N. KOREA MISSILE TEST DRAWS UN CONDEMNATION
The Security Council warns of "further significant measures" if Pyongyang doesn't stop nuclear and missile testing — but doesn't say what they could be.
3. TRUMP, TRUDEAU VOW TO BUILD ON HISTORIC TIES
The U.S. president hosts Canada's prime minister and both note the special bond between the neighbors.
4. STORM DUMPS SNOW ACROSS NORTHEAST
Parts of northern Maine get 30 inches of powder as heavy winds and blowing snow cause whiteouts throughout the region.
5. SANDUSKY'S SON FACES SEX CRIMES CHARGES
Jeffrey S. Sandusky, 41 — adopted son of the ex-Penn State coach convicted of sex abuse — stands accused of soliciting naked photos from a minor girl and seeking oral sex from her sister.
6. THOUSANDS EVACUATE OVER FEARS AT TALLEST DAM IN US
High water erodes a hole in the earthen secondary spillway at northern California's Oroville Dam, leading to safety concerns.
7. COMPANY PAUSES ROLLOUT OF NEW DRUG
The move comes as U.S. lawmakers express outrage that Marathon Pharmaceuticals planned to charge $89,000 a year for the drug. It's widely available abroad for about $1,000 a year.
8. PLAYBOY DOES AN ABOUT-FACE
Naked women are back in the magazine, ending a year-old ban on the nudity that made Playboy famous.
9. GRAMMYS DRAW BIGGEST AUDIENCE IN THREE YEARS
Around 26 million TV viewers watched the show — up from last year but down from 28.5 million in 2014.
10. WHY MEXICAN 'LUCHE LIBRE' FANS LOVE TO HATE US WRESTLER
"Sam Adonis" becomes a sensation in Mexico City by adopting the ring persona of a flamboyant Donald Trump supporter.