Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Jan. 26, 2015.
'Historic' storm could dump 3 feet of snow in the Northeast
The Northeast is preparing for a historic and potentially catastrophic snowstorm as forecasts predict up to 3 feet of snow from New Jersey to Maine starting Monday evening. The governors of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York have each declared a state of emergency and are asking residents to go home and stay there.
[Read more from CNN]
Anti-bailout Tsipras sworn in as Greece's new PM
Left-wing, anti-bailout leader Alexis Tsipras was sworn in as the prime minister of Greece Monday, ending nearly five years of tough economic measures in the nation. His victory has reignited fears of new financial troubles in the nation, which set off a regional crisis in 2009.
[Read more from Reuters]
Drone causes lockdown at White House
The White House was in lockdown Monday after a small, low-flying drone flew over the gates and crashed on the lawn. It didn't appear to be a threat, but it's the latest incident in a series of security breaches that prompted a shake-up with Secret Service.
[Read more from the Washington Post]