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- President Trump’s inaugural committee, which said it raised a record-setting $107 million, was subpoenaed by federal prosecutors in New York. (Bloomberg)
- A U.S. bankruptcy judge said he would rule on the sale of Sears to Chairman Lampert’s ESL Investments later this week after hearings that are likely to run through Thursday. (Reuters)
- BP reported stronger-than-anticipated full-year profits on Tuesday, doubling earnings, according to its CEO. (CNBC)
- Alphabet is down more than 2% ahead of Tuesday's market open after posting earnings that beat analysts' estimates but included some high spending numbers. (Marketwatch)
- More than a dozen EU countries endorsed Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido as the country's president after a deadline to call new presidential elections passed. (AP)
Trump will deliver the delayed State of the Union address tonight. Here's what we at Axios will be watching. He's also expected to nominate David Malpass, one of the World Bank’s sharpest critics within his administration, to be the bank's president.