Decisions, Decisions: The Republican presidential candidates finished up last-minute campaign pushes on Monday in preparation for today's Iowa caucuses, The New York Times reports. Iowans will meet in 1,774 precincts across the state to declare their preferred candidate.
Arrest of a Lifetime: The Los Angeles Times profiles the reserve deputy who nabbed a man wanted in connection with a string of more than 50 arson fires in Los Angeles. Deputy Shervin Lalezary is a real estate attorney by day and works part-time in law enforcement by night.
Little Payout: The Washington Post explores why the Federal Trade Commission is struggling to secure funds to pay back the victims of job scams.
Cheater Fails: A woman allegedly caught cheating on the New York state bar exam failed to persuade an appellate panel that she was denied due process or that the nullification of her test results was not supported by substantial evidence. The New York Law Journal has the story.
Murder on Royal Grounds: Police are investigating a body discovered on the grounds of the British royal family's 20,000-acre retreat in Norfolk, the BBC reports. Investigators say the body "had been there for some time."