Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. MUELLER INTERESTED IN INTERVIEWING TRUMP, SOURCE TELLS AP
The issue of an interview with the president has come up in recent discussions between the special counsel's team and Trump lawyers.
2. WHY US COULD FORCE OUT 200,000 SALVADORAN REFUGEES
President Trump ends Temporary Protected Status for the immigrants, driven from their country by deadly earthquakes.
3. POLICE DISAGREE ON RESALE OF SEIZED GUNS
A yearlong AP review shows that some firearms make it back into the hands of criminals when law enforcement departments sell them instead of destroying them.
4. WHAT NATURAL DISASTERS COST US LAST YEAR
Hit by three major hurricanes, widespread wildfires, floods and drought, the U.S. spent a record-high $306 billion in 2017.
5. HOW RETAIL HOPES TO SURVIVE E-COMMERCE ONSLAUGHT
As more consumers abandon stores and buy online, retailers want to stay afloat by offering personal shoppers and in-home product assistance.
6. DEMOCRATS GO ON HEALTH CARE OFFENSIVE
With Republicans unable to agree on their vision, Democrats say their ultimate goal is a government guarantee of affordable coverage for all.
7. CONSUMER ELECTRONIC SHOW UNVEILS SLEW OF NEW TVs
Samsung, LG and other television makers showcase super-high definition models at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas.
8. APPLE URGED TO CONFRONT TEEN SMARTPHONE ADDICTION
Two major investors press the iPhone maker to help rein in the effects of electronic gadgets on youngsters.
9. WHERE PRISONERS ARE NOW FREE TO READ BOOK ABOUT PRISONS
The ACLU successfully lobbies New Jersey corrections officials to drop a ban on "The New Jim Crow," a best-seller on mass incarceration.
10. 'A BRIGHTER MORNING EVEN IN OUR DARKEST NIGHTS'
That quote and others from Oprah Winfrey's Golden Globes speech has some political activists buzzing about the media superstar and the 2020 presidential race — even if it's just a fantasy.