10 things to know for Monday
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
1. PROTESTERS TRYING TO SHUT DOWN CENTRAL BANGKOK
Their efforts — peaceful so far — could last weeks as they campaign to overthrow the democratically elected prime minister.
2. STATE MEMORIAL, FUNERAL FOR SHARON
The late prime minister is remembered as a fearless warrior and bold leader who devoted his life to protecting Israel's security.
3. NOT AT ALL WHERE YOU WANT TO BE
A Southwest Airlines jet from Chicago lands 124 passengers at the wrong airport near Branson, Mo. — and on a shorter runway.
4. SUPREME COURT WEIGHS PRESIDENT'S RECESS POWER
The high court is refereeing a dispute between Obama and Republicans over temporary appointments when the Senate is away.
5. HOW MICHELLE OBAMA DESCRIBES HERSELF
The first lady reaches a milestone Friday and she's already celebrating — saying she's "50 and fabulous."
6. TRANSPLANTED WOMBS RAISING HOPE IN SWEDEN
Doctors say nine women involved in the major experiment will now try to become pregnant.
7. WHY FORD IS MAKING A BIG CHANGE TO F-150 PICKUP
The 2015 model of the popular truck will be built mostly of aluminum — not steel — so it's more fuel-efficient and nimble.
8. ANOTHER APOLOGY FROM DENNIS RODMAN
He plans another trip to North Korea next month, and says he's sorry for not being able to help an American missionary detained there.
9. WHO GLITTERED AT THE GOLDEN GLOBES
"American Hustle" and "12 Years a Slave" win best movie awards, while Tina Fey and Amy Poehler strike gold as hosts.
10. A-ROD IN COURT TO FIGHT SUSPENSION
The 14-time baseball All-Star accused in a performance-enhancing drugs probe will have to sit out all of the 2014 season unless an arbitrator's ruling is overturned.