Here are six things to know for today.
The search continues for the 12 Marines who are still missing after their helicopters crashed off the coast of Hawaii. Searchers have spotted debris, but so far no sign of the two aircrafts' crews.
One person is dead after taking part in a clinical drug trial in France. French prosecutors launched a manslaughter investigation into how an experimental trial for a painkiller led to one man's death and the hospitalization of five others.
Five Americans have been released from prisons in Iran. Three flew to Switzerland, then went to Germany Sunday night. The five, including a reporter, a minister, and a former Marine, were released as part of a prisoner exchange.
There are still no signs of a missing two-year-old from Jackson, Tennessee. Noah Chamberlin was last seen walking in the woods with his grandmother and sister Thursday. So far, search teams have not found any clothing, footprints, or blood. Search dogs have not been able to trace Chamberlin's scent.
David Bowie's "Blackstar" album has debuted at number one on the Billboard's Top 200 album chart. It's Bowie's first ever number one album in the U.S.
"Mad Max: Fury Road" cleaned up at the "Critics' Choice Awards" last night. One of the nominees for the best picture Oscar took home nine awards, including best director.
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