Here are the 5 things to know this Monday, according to USA Today.
Curb your enthusiasm for progress in upcoming Congress
Congress returns this week after a two-week Easter break to confront a spring season of votes on legislation that serves notice that the midterm election season is kicking into high gear. The Democratic-controlled Senate and the Republican-controlled House of Representatives are shaping two very different legislative agendas, each with little to no expectation that the opposing chamber will even bring it to the floor.
Boy charged with killing girl who turned down prom date to be arraigned
The 16-year-old Connecticut boy charged with stabbing a fellow high school student after she turned down an invitation to prom will be arraigned Monday. The teen, charged as a juvenile, is in a hospital under psychiatric evaluation. A memorial for Maren Sanchez, 16, is being held Monday night at the school in Milford.
Obama heads to the Philippines
The U.S. and the Philippines have agreed on a 10-year defense pact that will allow increased presence of U.S. troops in the Philippines, White House officials said Sunday. The deal came in advance of President Obama's arrival in Manila on Monday, the last stop on his four-country Asian tour.
G7 to 'move swiftly' on more Russia sanctions
Russia could face additional economic sanctions today. The United States and other nations in the Group of Seven agreed to "move swiftly" to impose additional economic sanctions on Russia in response to its actions in Ukraine.
Reports: Tori Spelling hospitalized
Tori Spelling was hospitalized for undisclosed reasons, according to reports from E! and Us Weekly. The former 90210 star, 40, has shared intimate, painful details about her relationship with husband Dean McDermott on her Lifetime reality series True Tori, including the devastating news that he had an affair with a 28-year-old woman in December. It's unclear whether Spelling's hospitalization was related to stress from filming the show.