Israeli officials are awaiting what could be one of the first announcements from the new Trump administration: A decision to move the U.S. embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Behind Trump's Plan to Move the US Embassy to Jerusalem
DEADLY TORNADO OUTBREAK: Thirty reported tornadoes slammed through the southeast – from Mississippi to Georgia – with at least 20 killed and several homes completely leveled. Gio Benitez reports from the destruction. [ Link ]
There is an official name for "Episode VIII." Lucasfilm just announced that it will be called "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."

'Episode VIII' Will Be Called 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'
MILLIONS IN PROTEST: More than a million Americans across the country participated in women’s marches across the country a day after Donald J. Trump’s inauguration. Cecilia Vega reports on how organizers can sustain that momentum. [ Link ]
Photographers Greg Basel and Maria Adams wanted to prove that “love isn’t extinct” with their charming engagement photo shoot starring the two jolly dinosaurs.

Photographers Prove 'Love Isn't Extinct' With T-Rex Engagement Shoot
BRADY’S REVENGE: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is seeking revenge in the Houston Super Bowl after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell suspended him – but it’s Brady’s huge coat everyone’s talking about. [ Link ]
Representatives of the Syrian government and rebel factions met for the first time in a year for peace talks brokered by Russia, Turkey and Iran.

Low Expectations for Syria Peace Talks
DEADLY NOR’EASTER HITS: Powerful winds and driving rain has delayed hundreds of flights and made for a dangerous commute as a deadly Nor-easter slams into the northeast. Linzie Janis is in the storm zone and Ginger Zee has the forecast. [ Link ]
A 4-year-old boy who loves his local police department got a big surprise Sunday when four uniformed officers crashed his birthday party.

Officers Surprise Pint-Sized Fan at Police-Themed Birthday Party
FIRST 100 DAYS: As President Donald J. Trump used executive orders to make good on several campaign promises – his incoming press secretary faced the press about crowd size controversy and telling the truth. Jonathan Karl reports. [ Link ]
Pres. Donald J. Trump to sit down with David Muir for first one-on-one interview since taking office. Airs Wednesday on ABC News at 10 pm ET. Share your thoughts and questions below. [ Link ]
Saturday Night Live writer suspended indefinitely after tweeting poorly received joke about Pres. Donald J. Trump's 10-year-old son Barron.

'SNL' Writer Suspended for Tweet About Barron Trump
OUT WITH A BANG: After a countdown and with cameras rolling, the 830-foot stack at the Plant Yates power plant was demolished this weekend in dramatic fashion.
Former Pres. George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush seen in first photo since hospitalization; spokesman says they "thank their fellow Americans and friends from around the world for their prayers and good wishes."
BIKERS BEWARE: The Denver Police Department exacted revenge on a large group of bikers that shut down a highway by destroying one of the seized motorcycles. [ Link ]
Gavin Polone, a producer of "A Dog's Purpose," has spoken out about the now infamous video taken on the film's set that depicted a dog being pushed into turbulent water against its will.

'A Dog's Purpose' Producer Explains What Happened on Set
PULLED TO SAFETY: Dramatic body cam video shows a heroic City of Spokane Police Department officer smash out a window, and with help from a bystander, pull a woman out of a burning vehicle. [ Link ]
Federal and state health officials are investigating an outbreak of the dangerous Seoul virus, which has sickened at least eight people after they came into contact with infected pet rats.

Rare Virus Outbreak Linked to Pet Rats, CDC Reports
WOMEN'S MARCH: White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer addressed Saturday's massive demonstrations against President Donald J. Trump: He has "healthy respect for the First Amendment."