Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
1. SUPREME COURT AGREES TO REVIEW OBAMA'S IMMIGRATION ACTIONS
The step by the justices sets up a likely decision in the middle of a presidential campaign marked by harsh rhetoric about immigrants.
2. WHICH CONSERVATIVE HEAVYWEIGHT IS BACKING TRUMP
Sarah Palin endorses the GOP front-runner, saying: "He's going rogue left and right. That's why he's doing so well."
3. IS GROUP ACKNOWLEDGES DEATH OF 'JIHADI JOHN'
The confirmation comes two months after the U.S. military said it was "reasonably certain" that a drone strike in Syria had killed the notorious militant.
4. WHAT EASTERN US IS BRACING FOR
A major storm is forecast for the end of the week. The big questions are just where it'll hit — and how much snow will fall.
5. BURKINA FASO ATTACKERS SHOWN IN AP VIDEO
The exclusive footage of the jihadis more than an hour after the assault began raises new questions about why it took so long for security forces to find and kill them.
6. AMERICAN FREED IN PRISONER SWAP RECOUNTS DEPARTURE FROM TEHRAN
Ex-U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati says he and his fellow prisoners weren't able to relax until their plane had left Iranian airspace, after which "champagne corks were popped."
7. MICHIGAN GOVERNOR PLEDGES TO FIX WATER CRISIS IN FLINT
The disaster in the impoverished city has engulfed Gov. Rick Snyder's administration with criticism from across the country.
8. WHOSE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK IS DECIDEDLY BLEAK
Chief executives around the world are more pessimistic about the global economy than at any time in three years, according to a survey released at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
9. CALLS FOR BOYCOTT OVER LACK OF OSCARS DIVERSITY
The furor grows as the Rev. Al Sharpton says he will lead a campaign encouraging people not to watch the Feb. 28 telecast.
10. SUCH A FINE SIGHT TO SEE
Eagles fans gather on a corner in Winslow, Arizona, to celebrate the life of Glenn Frey.