Protestors stand outside the White House at the end of Saturday's Women's March on Washington (Alli Joseph)

10 Things to Know for Monday

From deadly storms in Georgia and Mississippi to Trump's "running war" on media, here are your Monday headlines


AP Staff
January 23, 2017 8:15AM (UTC)

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

1. 'WE WILL PROVE WORTHY OF THIS MOMENT IN HISTORY'

After a combative start to his presidency, Donald Trump delivers a more unifying message, seeking to reassure Americans he's ready to govern a divided nation.

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2. HOW ANTI-TRUMP PROTESTERS HOPE TO KEEP MOVEMENT ALIVE

Organizers of the marches that drew hundreds of thousands of participants across the U.S. promise more actions soon — but offer few details.

3. DEADLY STORMS RAKE SOUTHEAST FOR SECOND DAY

Severe weather leaves at least 16 dead and dozens injured in Georgia and Mississippi.

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4. WHO IS AMONG FIRST WORLD LEADERS TO GET WHITE HOUSE INVITE

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's accepted an invitation to visit Washington next month in hopes of forging a "common vision" for the region with President Trump.

5. SAN ANTONIO MALL SHOOTING LEAVES 1 DEAD, OTHERS INJURED

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Police say a "good Samaritan" who tried to intervene during a robbery is dead, and three others were shot and injured.

6. WHAT CAUSED GALAXY NOTE 7 FIRES

Samsung confirms problems with the design and manufacturing of batteries in its premium smartphones led them to overheat and catch fire.

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7. TRUMP'S 'RUNNING WAR' ON MEDIA RAISES TRUST ISSUES

The new president calls journalists "the most dishonest human beings on Earth," and his press secretary blames reporters for what he says were low attendance estimates at the inauguration.

8. CAR CRASHES IN DOMINICAN KILL CURRENT, FORMER MAJOR LEAGUERS

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Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura and former major leaguer Andy Marte die in separate traffic accidents in their native Dominican Republic.

9. COMPUTER PROBLEM GROUNDS UNITED US FLIGHTS

A company official says an "IT issue" caused a ground stop on all domestic flights.

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10. FALCONS, PATRIOTS HEAD TO SUPER BOWL

Atlanta routs Green Bay 44-21 and New England rips the Steelers 36-17 to reach the NFL title game.


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