10 things to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. "SEVERAL" AMERICANS MISSING IN IRAQ
Iraqi media say three Americans went missing on their way to Baghdad International Airport, but the U.S. Embassy did not identify them or say what they were doing in Iraq.
2. US-IRAN TIES WARM OVER NUCLEAR DEAL
Relations took a huge step forward after the release of four Americans and the end of sanctions for Iran.
3. WHICH AMERICAN DETAINEES IN IRAN HAVE HEADED HOME
Reporter Jason Rezaian, former Marine Amir Hekmati and pastor Saeed Abedini are now in Germany, but Nosratollah Khosravi-Roodsari opted to stay in Iran. Matthew Trevithick was released separately.
4. WHY SAUDI ARABIA WORRIES ABOUT A WAVE OF IRANIAN OIL
With global oil prices already plunging, the end of the embargo on Iran's oil could push prices even lower.
5. CLINTON AND SANDERS RUMBLING IN DEMOCRATIC DEBATE
The tangled over gun control, health care and other issues as polls show the race tightening.
6. MAN DIES AFTER TAKING PART IN CLINICAL DRUG TRIAL IN FRANCE
French prosecutors launch a manslaughter investigation into how an experimental trial for a painkiller led to one man's death and the hospitalization of five others.
7. SEARCH FOR 12 MISSING MARINES FROM DOWNED HELICOPTERS CONTINUES AMID HIGH SURF
Searchers have spotted debris, but so far no sign of the two aircrafts' crews.
8. CHILDREN'S PUBLISHER PULLS CRITICIZED PICTURE BOOK
Scholastic withdrew "A Birthday Cake for George Washington" amid concerns that the book may give a false impression about the lives of the first president's slaves.
9. TOP MOVIES FACE OFF FOR A CRITIC'S CHOICE AWARD WIN
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" was shut out of the Oscar best picture race, but it will have a shot as it competes against other box office behemoths like "The Martian" and "The Revenant".
10. CAROLINA BUILDS 31-0 LEAD TO BEAT SEAHAWKS 31-24
The Panthers advance to the NFC championship game and will host Arizona next week for a trip to the Super Bowl.