News Brief: US Carmakers Confident, Egypt Train Crash, Bone Glue, Chicago Bears Coach Search, Prez Clinton on TMZ

AP news for: Tuesday, Jan. 15th. Empire state about to pass tough gun control legislation; AP source: Lance Armstrong tells Winfrey he doped; 19 killed in Egypt train crash; Scientists develop new glue to fix broken bones.

Newtown Mother: ‘Unbearable Pain’ Remains …

Holding photos of their young children, several parents spoke on Monday at the launch of Sandy Hook Promise, a group calling for a national dialogue to help prevent tragedies like the one that happened one month ago in Newtown.

U.S. Car Makers Brimming With Confidence at Show; New Toyota Corolla …

GM and Chrysler walked away winners grabbing both awards for the North American Car and Truck of the Year in Detroit. As the AP’s John Mone explains it’s a sign there’s more confidence in the U.S. economy.

Cousins, Kings Muscle Past Cavs …

DeMarcus Cousins posts double-double in Kings’ 124-118 win over Cavs.

Chicago Bears’ Coaching Search Continues …

Adam Schefter discusses the Bears’ ongoing search for a head coach.

Happy Birthday! Charro is 62.

Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith discuss the Patriots’ being favored by 9.5 points over the Ravens.

Secret Service Tips Off TMZ that Former President Bill Clinton is in Limo …

Bill Clinton