Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Wednesday:
The president’s approval rating has hovered in the 30s for much of his term and at the close of 2017, just 3 in 10 Americans said the U.S. was heading in the right direction, according to an AP-NORC poll.
Three of corporate America’s heaviest hitters — Amazon, Warren Buffett and JPMorgan Chase — announce plans to jointly create a company to provide their employees with high-quality, affordable care.
The White House says it will conduct a legal and national security review before Trump decides whether to release the classified memo on the Russia investigation.
Hawaii’s emergency management leader resigns and a state employee who sent an alert falsely warning of an incoming ballistic missile is fired, officials say.
Israel’s plan to deport tens of thousands of African migrants sparks a backlash from liberal Israelis who say Israel — established in the wake of the Holocaust — should never turn away those in need.
The pontiff sends the Vatican’s most respected sex crimes expert to investigate a bishop accused by abuse victims of covering up for Chile’s most notorious pedophile priest.
Hefty losses in health care and technology companies hand the market its worst two-day drop since May.
In Atlantic City, thousands of jobs lost during a brutal three-year stretch when five casinos shut down are coming back.
Mark Salling played bad-boy Noah “Puck” Puckerman in the hit musical-comedy. His death comes weeks after he pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography.
QB Carson Wentz, out with an injury, will have to be satisfied with urging on backup Nick Foles from the sidelines during Sunday’s Super Bowl.