Obama's final speech to the public will continue a tradition set in 1796 when George Washington addressed the American people for the last time as president. It will be followed by a "family reunion" for alumni of Obama's former campaigns, according to a save-the-date sent to alumni.
Weekly Address: Making America Safer for Our Children
In this week's address, the President reflected on the progress of the past year, and looked forward to working on unfinished business in the coming year, particularly when it comes to the epidemic of gun violence. (The White House)
A Mexican federal judge has ruled that reputed drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman can be extradited to the United States, according to a news release from the Mexican Federal Court. CNN's Boris Sanchez reports.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson asked, "what is Aleppo?" on MSNBC's Morning Joe. He later acknowledged that he "blanked," and said that he does understand the Syrian city's significance. (CNN)
The driver of a school bus that was filled with elementary students when it crashed in Chattanooga, killing at least five children, has been arrested and faces charges including vehicular homicide. Johnthony Walker was arrested on Monday. (Associated Press)