Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. THE LATEST TURN THAT COULD STIR UPHEAVAL IN EGYPT
An appeals court overturns Mubarak's life sentence, orders retrial of the ousted leader in killings of hundreds of protesters.
2. WHAT MIGHT BECOME OF SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY
Some Newtown, Conn., residents call for demolition of school where a gunman killed 26; others want it renovated.
3. JULIANNE MOORE, CHRISTOPHER WALTZ TAKE GLOBES
Moore is best actress for her turn as Plain in "Game Change," and Waltz takes supporting actor for "Django Unchained."
4. NETWORKS DISMISS LINK BETWEEN TV AND REAL-WORLD BLOODSHED
Execs say they don't see direct evidence connecting onscreen horror to tragedies.
5. FRANCE PRESSES ON WITH MALI INVASION
Airstrikes continue the effort to take back Mali's north from extremists.
6. WHEN THE U.S. COULD RUN OUT OF CASH
Without a debt-crisis deal, Social Security recipients, veterans and others could see cuts by Feb. 15.
7. ARMSTRONG PREPARED FOR 'NO-HOLDS BARRED'
"I'm calm, I'm at ease and ready to speak candidly," the disgraced cyclist says, referring to Monday's Oprah interview.
8. ALL ABOUT THE LITTLE 2014 CORVETTE
GM unveils its revamped storied sports car, with a 6.2-liter, 450-horsepower engine and styling with nods to '63 Sting Ray and others in the lineage.
9. GOOGLE'S ULTRA-FAST SERVICE SPAWNS 'SILICON PRAIRIE'
High-tech startups in Kansas City, Kan., are tapping the search-engine giant's superfast fiber-optic link.
10. WHERE SUPER BOWL DREAMS ARE STILL ALIVE
Next weekend, in the playoffs: San Francisco will face Atlanta and New England hosts Baltimore.