Your daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:
1. BOMBINGS RATCHET UP FEARS AHEAD OF WINTER GAMES
2. WHO'S OBSESSED WITH TRACKING EXPENSES
3. CHECKING IN ON POSSIBLE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES
They may not be running officially yet, but there's plenty of action among potential candidates for the next presidential race.
4. FEDERAL OFFICIALS KEEP AN EYE ON ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH
While Colorado prepares to be the first in the nation to allow recreational pot sales in the new year, the Justice Department is standing watch.
5. MICHAEL SCHUMACHER SERIOUSLY INJURED IN SKI ACCIDENT
6. WHERE TEACHERS MAKE HOUSE CALLS
Urban public schools in the St. Louis area are experimenting with sending teachers to homes. But unlike previous programs, these visits seek to narrow the divide between teachers and parents.
7. CHINA BANS OFFICIALS FROM SMOKING IN PUBLIC
China, which has the world's largest number of smokers, has banned officials from lighting up in public in an effort to get others to limit smoking.
8. FEDERAL HEALTH MARKET SURPASSES 1 MILLION SIGNUPS
9. WHERE SOME ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS TURN FOR CARE
Facilities in northern Thailand provide high-quality care for the elderly that's also less expensive than in Europe or the U.S., some families say.
10. WHAT'S AS AMERICAN AS APPLE PIE IN VENEZUELA
The nation's fiercely competitive baseball league is in full swing and it's drawing the biggest contingent of American players in decades.