Your each day have a look at late-breaking information, upcoming occasions and the tales that can be talked about as we speak:
1. WHO WILL WIN 2020’s FIRST DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
Polls counsel that Bernie Sanders could have a slim lead, however any of the highest 4 candidates — Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg — might rating victory in Iowa’s unpredictable and quirky caucus system as organizers put together for report turnout on Monday.
2. VIRUS DEATH TOLL RISES TO OVER 360 IN CHINA
China constructed a hospital in 10 days, infused money into monetary markets and additional restricted folks’s motion to comprise a quickly spreading virus and its escalating impression, which up to now has resulted in 361 deaths.
three. MAHOMES RALLIES CHIEFS PAST 49ERS IN SUPER BOWL
After falling behind by double digits, the Kansas Metropolis quarterback led two late landing drives for a 31-20 win for the championship.
four. WHAT’S NEXT IN TRUMP’S IMPEACHMENT TRIAL
Senators are all-but-certain to acquit the president on prices of abuse of energy and obstruction of Congress when the vote on Wednesday.
5. AFTER ATTACK, UK RETHINKING RULES FOR FORMER TERROR INMATES
Britain plans to announce new guidelines for the imprisonment of convicted extremists after an Islamic militant lately launched from jail stabbed two folks in south London.
6. WHO CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR FLORIDA NAVAL BASE SHOOTING
Al-Qaida’s department in Yemen says it was in communication with an aviation scholar from Saudi Arabia who carried out final yr’s lethal capturing on the Naval Air Station Pensacola.
7. THE GOOD & THE BAD & THE OVER-THE-TOP 30 SECONDS ON TV
Advertisers paid as a lot as $5.6 million to advertise their manufacturers and merchandise on Tremendous Bowl Sunday, as Hyundai and Jeep scored with whimsical humor however Pop Tarts and Arduous Rock failed to attach with viewers.
eight. WHAT THE SECRETARY OF STATE SEEKS ABROAD
Mike Pompeo is looking for authoritarian governments in jap Europe and Central Asia to ease restrictions on press freedoms regardless of criticism for his personal remedy of journalists at dwelling.
9. NOW THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT!
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira infused the Tremendous Bowl halftime present with an exuberance and pleasure that celebrated their Latina heritage.
10. DISGRACED FORMER CEO DIES
Bernard Ebbers, a former telecommunications government convicted in one of many largest company accounting scandals in U.S. historical past, has died at 78, simply over a month after his early launch from jail.