Tesla (TSLA) was under pressure in premarket trading, after the electric automaker met its lowered forecasts by delivering 17,400 vehicles during the fourth quarter and 50,580 for 2015. (Reuters)
Newly obtained internal Takata emails suggest that manipulation of airbag testing data was bold and broad, involving open exchanges among employees in Japan and the U.S. (NY Times)
The New York State attorney general wants the two largest daily fantasy sports companies, FanDuel and DraftKings, to give back the hundreds of millions they made in the state. (NY Times)
A deadly earthquake measuring 6.8 struck in a remote northeast region of India near the Myanmar border before dawn on Monday. (Reuters)
Dairy farmers in Texas and New Mexico predicted that consumers should expect a milk shortage, after a freak blizzard killed more than 30,000 dairy cows last week. (Christian Science Monitor)
President Barack Obama plans to meet with the attorney general today to talk about options for regulating guns. But any executive action would likely to be undone if a Republican wins the White House. (USA Today)
Following attacks over his sexual history from GOP front-runner Donald Trump, Bill Clinton is escalating his public involvement in the presidential campaign of his wife, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton. (AP)
Nearly half of Americans are angry, and no groups are angrier than whites and Republicans, according to a new NBC News/Survey Monkey/Esquire online pollabout outrage in the country.