Here are this morning's top news headlines...
- Washington: President Obama called for a bipartisan effort to fight for U.S. jobs and cut the deficit in last night's State of the Union address. [NYTimes]
- NBA: Booze, tell us it ain't so! Former "Bachelor" contestant Michelle Money says in the new issue of Life & Style that she had an affair with Chicago Bull Carlos Boozer, who recently divorced his wife. [Huffington Post]
- Australian Open: David Ferrer knocked off Rafael Nadal in straight sets in the quarterfinals, ending the Spaniard's bid for four straight Grand Slam Tournaments. ESPN]
- Business: Toyota announced a recall of 1.7 million vehicles due to fuel leak problems, including the Lexus IS and GS in the U.S. [USA Today]
- Markets: The Dow Jones will probably test the 12,000 mark this week, a level last seen in June 2008. UPDATE: The market crossed the 12,000 mark earlier this morning. As of 10:30 a.m., it's up about 37 points to 12,015. [WSJ]
- International: After deadly protests yesterday, Egypt vowed to crack down today, arresting anyone found in the streets today. [BBC]
- WTF?! A police officer broke the windows of an old woman's house that he thought was on fire; he soon found it was the house next door that was burning. Watch the hilarious video after the jump...