Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
1. FRENCH AUTHORITIES TARGET TERROR CELL
As many as six members of a cell involved in the Paris attacks may still be at large, officials tell the AP.
2. WHITE HOUSE ACKNOWLEDGES ERROR
Obama or a high-ranking representative should have been sent to a massive anti-terror rally in Paris, the administration says.
3. HACKERS ACCESS US CENTRAL COMMAND
The cyberattackers claim to be working for the Islamic State group. The Pentagon says it appears no classified material was breached.
4. WHO'LL GREET FRANCIS IN THE PHILIPPINES
Millions of Filipinos are expected to attend the pope's events this week, possibly surpassing the record 5 million who turned out for the last papal visit, by St. John Paul II in 1995.
5. KEYSTONE PIPELINE CLEARS HURDLE IN SENATE
The legislation could win final approval and be sent to the White House by the end of next week.
6. WHAT ROMNEY COULD FACE IF HE RUNS AGAIN
Presidential candidates in 2016 are expected to include more than a dozen Republicans with legitimate White House resumes.
7. SMOKE FILLS BUSY WASHINGTON, D.C., SUBWAY STATION
The heavy smoke from an unknown source leads to one death and forces hundreds to evacuate the L'Enfant Plaza station.
8. ALBUQUERQUE OFFICERS FACE MURDER CHARGES
Police say a SWAT team member and a former police detective fatally shot a mentally ill homeless man who had frequent run-ins with the law.
9. HOW FIDEL CASTRO IS REBUTTING RUMORS OF HIS DEATH
Castro, who hasn't been seen in public for more than a year, reportedly writes a letter to soccer legend Diego Maradona with references to current events.
10. LONGEST SEASON EVER IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL
With the national championship game (itself a first), the major-college season extends to an unprecedented 15 games.