Manti Te'o agrees to his first on camera interview and two brothers will go head to head in the NFL's title game. These are your Top Trenders this morning.
Number 5: Martin Luther King Jr.
Today is the national holiday in King's memory.
Over the weekend, civil rights activists, including the Reverend Jesse Jackson participated in a wreath laying ceremony at the memorial dedicated to Dr. King.
He would have turned 84 last week.
President Obama will use a Bible that belonged to King when he takes his public oath of office this morning.
Number 4: Boeing battery problems.
Two separate and serious battery problems are forcing the Federal Aviation Administration to ground the boeing 7-87 Dreamliner.
A Japan Airlines plane caught fire January 7th while it was sitting on the tarmac in Boston.
Then, on the 16th, another plane made an emergency landing in Japan after a cockpit message warned of battery problems.
NTSB investigators plan to meet Tuesday with the manufacturer of the ion batteries charger, as they continue to look at the battery system.
However, some critics say the agency didn't act fast enough and may be ill-equipped to regulate newer, more technologically advanced jets.
Number 3: The first Manti Te'o on camera interview.
The Notre Dame linebacker will sit down with Katie Couric this week, to talk about the online hoax involving his non-existent girlfriend.
That interview will air Thursday on the Katie show.
Te'o talked off-camera with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap Friday, continuing to claim he was the victim of a hoax.
Schaap said Te'o sounded convincing during the two-and-a-half hour interview.
Number 2: One Harbaugh will win the Super Bowl and another will lose it.
San Francisco 49'ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and Baltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh will face each other in the big game.
The brothers will be the first siblings to compete against each other for the NFL's title contest.
The Super Bowl will be played February 3rd in New Orleans.
Number 1: President Obama's inauguration.
This morning, before the taking the public oath of office, Obama will attend a church service across the street from the White House.
One of the most highly anticipated and most watched moments will be the inaugural address, followed later this evening by the inaugural balls.
President Obama actually took the oath of office on Sunday, because the Constitution mandates the commander in chief start his term on January 20th.
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