Here are five things you need to know Monday.
Monday marks key health care deadline
Monday marks the last day to sign up through the federal and state health exchanges to have insurance coverage beginning Jan. 1. And while government officials said the federal site, HealthCare.gov, can handle a last-minute rush of consumers, there's still fear that the word may not be getting out to the people who most need to enroll.
Fed celebrates its 100th anniversary
The Federal Reserve will commemorate its centennial today. President Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act on Dec. 23, 1913, creating the Fed. The milestone comes at a pivotal moment in Fed history, with the central bank preparing to unwind the trillions of dollars in easy money it has pumped into the economy since the 2008 financial crisis.
Peyton Manning breaks Tom Brady's touchdown record
Peyton Manning owns theNFL record for touchdown passes in a season and the Denver Broncos own the AFC West title. Manning regained his record with 51 when he threw for 400 yards and four touchdowns, including three in the fourth quarter. He surpassed the 50 TD passes Tom Brady threw in 2007 and led the Broncos (12-3) to a 37-13 win over the Texans (2-13) that extended Houston's franchise-record skid to 13 games.
Family to hold rally for 13-year-old on life support
The family of a 13-year-old girl declared brain dead after surgery to remove her tonsils will hold a march and rally this morning outside the Oakland hospital where she remains on life support. The rally comes after the family of Jahi McMath won a temporary restraining order on Friday granting an independent review of Jahi's condition. Her mother, Nailah Winkfield, has maintained pressure on the hospital not to cut off life support for the child.
Utah same-sex marriage ban back in court
U.S. District Judge Robert J. Shelby, who ruled Utah's gay marriage ban violated same-sex couples' rights under the 14th Amendment, will hold a hearing Monday to consider a request from the state of Utah to block gay weddings while the decision is appealed. Hundreds of same-sex weddings took place in the conservative state after Shelby's ruling, Friday, making Utah the 18th state to allow gay marriage.