Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. TWO STATES TELL COURT THAT RESTORING TRAVEL BAN WOULD "UNLEASH CHAOS"
The filings with a federal appeals court came early after the White House said it expected the courts to reinstate the ban on refugees and travelers from seven countries.
2. WHY NEW ENGLAND'S SUPER BOWL VICTORY WAS THE SWEETEST OF ALL
This Super Bowl was lost as the Patriots trailed the Falcons by 25 points. Then came the best comeback ever.
3. HOW SUPER BOWL ADS WENT POLITICAL
Airbnb touted inclusiveness with an ad showing faces of different ethnicities, while "It's a 10" hair brand indirectly referenced Trump's hair.
4. TRUMP TO MAKE FIRST VISIT TO U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND HEADQUARTERS
At MacDill Air Force Base, the president is to be briefed by CENTCOM and SOCOM leaders, join troops for lunch and deliver a speech.
5. WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM BUYING TOILET PAPER IN NORTH KOREA
The official and unofficial currency exchange rates are totally out of whack, which can severely hamper foreign investment and contribute to corruption and economic instability.
6. KREMLIN INDIGNANT THAT BILL O'REILLY CALLED PUTIN A "KILLER"
A spokesman for the Russian president called the Fox News journalist's comments "unacceptable and offensive" and demanded an apology.
7. WHY MORE CHILDREN ARE BEING KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN
A U.N. report found that the number of children killed in Afghanistan's conflict rose by 25 percent in 2016, mostly because of left-over or discarded munitions.
8. SEVEN PERCENT OF CATHOLIC PRIESTS IN AUSTRALIA ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ABUSE OVER DECADES
Officials investigating the abuse revealed for the first time the extent of the crisis.
9. TRUMP'S YOUNG SON DISCOVERING HOW TOUGH BEING A FIRST KID CAN BE
Ten-year-old Barron has been the target of jokes, reviving age-old questions about the sometimes less-than-kid glove treatment of presidential kids.
10. THE AMERICANS AN AP REPORTER MET DURING A CROSS-COUNTRY TRAIN TRIP
A hospice worker who now has cancer herself; a Texas university student saying goodbye to her Mexican grandparents; a man planning a surprise marriage proposal.