Valeant (VRX) has formed a committee to review allegations against the company, which have pummeled the stock recently, but so far believes it's in "compliance with applicable law." Valeant plans an 8 a.m. ET conference call with investors. (CNBC)
The UAW and General Motors (GM) have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract, avoiding a strike for now. Local union leaders vote Wednesday on whether to send the deal to their members. (AP)
U.S. regulators are expanding an investigation into Deutsche Bank (DB), looking into the possibility of money laundering at the bank's Moscow unit and possible sanctions violations. (FT)
The cancer research arm of the World Health Organization is expected to
A major earthquake struck northeastern Afghanistan today, shaking the capital Kabul and sending shockwaves that were felt in north India and Pakistan. (Reuters)
Parts of Louisiana were under water today, as severe thunderstorms moved into the Gulf Coast area after a storm partially formed by remnants of Hurricane Patricia flooded Texas over the weekend. (NBC News)
Vice President Joe Biden told "60 Minutes" on CBS he would have run for the president, but decided he "couldn't win" and that he would never again seek political office. (NBC News)
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said on NBC's "Meet the Press" he would "love" to see Roe vs. Wade overturned, making abortion illegal nationwide, with almost no exemptions. (NBC News)
The world would be a better place if dictators such as Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi were still in power, GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump told CNN's "State of the Union." (AFP)
Trump, Carson, and eight of the other GOP presidential hopefuls will be on the main stage at the next debate on Wednesday. It's sponsored by CNBC. Coverage begins at 5 p.m. ET.
Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin Wednesday is expected to be chosen by his Republican colleagues as their speaker candidate. He would then be elected on the House floor on Thursday. (NY Times)
Congress risks "manufacturing crisis" by avoiding to raise the debt ceiling, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said in an opinion piece in USA Today. The government is seen running out of money a week from Tuesday.
Maureen O'Hara, who appeared in classics ranging from the grim "How Green Was My Valley" to the uplifting "Miracle on 34th Street," has died. She was 95. (AP)