NUMBER 5 - SYRIA LATEST
Today we may hear the first intelligence reports from Washington confirming that Syria was behind last week's deadly chemical attack.
Shortly after that, there may be a decision from President Obama on how the U.S. will respond.
Chemical weapons killed more than 300 Syrians Wednesday and the U.S. is sure President Bashar Al-Assad's regime was behind it.
NUMBER 4 - MARCH ON WASHINGTON
Preparations are in full swing for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, including security for President Obama, and other dignitaries scheduled to speak Wednesday.
Martin Luther King III was also there taking in the preview before the big day.
It was back on August 28, 1963, that Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech at the Lincoln Memorial.
NUMBER 3 - SANDY HOOK STUDENTS RETURN TO CLASS
Students at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut head back to school today.
Last December Adam Lanza, 20, shot 26 people at the school, including 20 students.
It has been closed since the mass killing and may be torn down.
Students will return to school today at a new location and in a different building.
NUMBER 2 - DONALD TRUMP SUED BY NY ATTORNEY GENERAL
That was the message from the New York State Attorney General to Donald Trump Saturday.
The $40 million lawsuit accuses "Trump University" of promising real estate students they'd get rich, but providing only expensive and mostly useless seminars.
Trump denies the accusations and says the lawsuit is politically motivated.
NUMBER 1 - CALIFORNIA WILDFIRE
California officials say firefighters battling the rim fire have gained some ground.
They say the fire is now 15 percent contained, even though it is burning within a mile of Yosemite National Park's Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, the source of San Francisco's drinking water.
The city says it's moving water from Hetch Hetchy to other reservoirs before falling ash taints supplies.