10 Things to Know for Monday

Filipinos raise their image of the Santo Nino (Holy Child) during the final papal mass of Pope Francis at Quirino Grandstand in Manila, Philippines, Sunday, Jan. 18, 2015. Millions filled Manila's main park and surrounding areas for Pope Francis' final Mass in the Philippines on Sunday, braving a steady rain to hear the pontiff's message of hope and consolation for the Southeast Asian country's most downtrodden and destitute. (AP Photo/Ron Soliman)

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

1. WHAT OBAMA PLANS TO PITCH DURING STATE OF UNION

The president will roll out plans for tax hikes on the wealthiest Americans in his annual address Tuesday.

2. WHO MARCHES IN ALABAMA TO HONOR MLK

Actors from the biopic 'Selma' and hundreds of others retrace the steps of activists who braved tear gas and police dogs in the 1965 fight for voting rights.

3. HOW MANY TURN OUT FOR POPE'S FINAL DAY IN PHILIPPINES

A record 6 million people pour into Manila's rain-soaked streets and its biggest park for the pontiff's last Mass of his Asia trip.

4. TOURISM IN FRANCE DROPS FOLLOWING TERROR ATTACK

Just over a week after a deadly attack, fewer tourists are seen at the Eiffel tower and other major sites.

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