--Days before his inauguration as 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump spent part of Sunday sending out Tweets blasting the outgoing CIA director, Democrats, and Saturday Night Live.
--CIA Director John Brennan Sunday said Trump needs to stop 'talking and tweeting' for the sake of national security.  Trump suggested in a Tweet that Brennan might have leaked that unverified Russian dossier on Trump:  "Was this the leaker of Fake News?"
--Congressman John Lewis is one of 22 Democrats who say they will be skipping the inauguration. Lewis saying Trump is "not a legitimate president."  Vice President-elect Mike Pence calls Lewis' comments "disappointing."
--A Sunday rehearsal for Friday's inauguration included military members as stand-ins for the first family.

Trump tells the Washington Post his plan to replace the Affordable Care Act is "very much formulated down to the final strokes" and claims  "we are going to have insurance for everybody."  Rallies were held around the country Sunday to protest efforts to repeal Obamacare.

Who would Donald Trump trust more: Putin or Merkel?  He says "I'd start off trusting both, but let's see how long that lasts. May not last long at all." Trump spoke to reporters with the Times of London and Germany's Bild.

--There will be a commemorative service at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta honoring what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 88th birthday. Monday is a federal holiday.
--President and Mrs. Obama participate in a service project for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
--Transition officials confirm President-elect Trump will not be going to DC Monday. He had been tentatively scheduled to visit the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture in observance of Martin Luther King Day, but ABC News has learned the visit was removed from his calendar due to "scheduling issues."

In her final speech as Attorney General - Loretta Lynch - spoke in Birmingham, Alabama Sunday night - to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. -on the eve of the federal holiday named after him. Lynch spoke at the 16th Street Baptist church, where a racially-motivated bombing killed four girls in 1963. It's in the historic civil rights section of Birmingham that President Obama last week declared a national monument.

A third round of icy weather lashing parts of the plains states. Nine weather related deaths this weekend.

--A day after the funeral of an Orlando officer shot dead by a homicide suspect on the run, there was a funeral Sunday for another officer. 35-yr. old deputy Norman Lewis was killed in a car crash during the search for suspect Markeith Lloyd.  On Saturday, more than 5-thousand attended a service for 42-year-old Orlando Police Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, who died Monday morning. She was shot and killed outside a Walmart.
--SWAT teams searched an abandoned building at a local country club Sunday evening as part of the manhunt, but the search came up empty

President Obama welcomes the World Series Champs to the White House.

The NASA drama "Hidden Figures" was tops at the box office for the second straight week, taking in $20.5 million in tickets in North American theaters over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.