10 things to know for Tuesday, Jan. 21: Chicago priest sex abuse documents going public
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Both countries criticize the U.N. chief's decision to withdraw Iran's invitation to join this week's peace conference on Syria.
Victims' attorneys are posting the papers online, and say they'll show the archdiocese concealed the abuse for decades.
The blast appears to be the latest attack targeting Shiites in Lebanon, apparently in retaliation for Hezbollah's support for Assad.
Some legal experts say even more classified information could come out in court, but the government wants to press ahead.
After five earthquakes in October, experts started using technology to determine structural weaknesses at historical sites.
Another batch of heavy snow and frigid temperatures is forecast from Virginia to New England, and the U.S. government is shutting down for the day as the storm bears down.
In Venezuela, the president says the hugely popular shows glamorize violence, guns and drugs and play a part in the country's high crime.
Overstock.com says it has begun to accept digital Bitcoins as payment for goods.
Lindsay Lohan chose the festival to announce a new film and a "fresh start" after her drug and legal troubles.
With the cost of the average American wedding reaching about $26,000, insurers are selling policies to protect against losses from extreme weather, illness — even a sudden change of heart.