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Seth Meyers takes over 'Late Night'

Jay Leno is gone and Jimmy Fallon is settled in at The Tonight Show. Now it's Seth Meyers' turn to complete this month's round of late-night musical chairs at NBC. Tonight, Meyers takes over as the fourth host of Late Night (12:37 a.m. ET/PT), following in the footsteps of David Letterman, Conan O'Brien and Fallon, all of whom eventually moved out of the insomniac time slot.

Samsung set to unveil latest Galaxy smartphone

Having already revealed its latest take on the smartwatch, Samsung will host an event at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, where it is widely expected the electronics giant will unveil its latest Galaxy smartphone. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to deliver the keynote speech.

Supreme Court hears arguments in global warming case

Global warming comes to the Supreme Court today as the justices hear a case that could limit the Environment Protection Agency's options to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and other industries. Learn what the justices ask at usatoday.com/news.

Kerry Kennedy goes on trial

Kerry Kennedy, 54, daughter of the late Robert F. Kennedy and ex-wife of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, goes on trial today on drugged driving charges stemming from a 2012 accident. Toxicology reports showed she had sleep medication in her system.

Governors meet with Obama

The nation's governors meet today with President Obama at the White House. Afterward, the National Governors Association, holding its winter meeting in Washington, holds a news conference. Governors have said they're seeking more flexibility from the federal government to pursue innovative policies and get better outcomes for their money.

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