A look at the news you need to know after the weekend. Find even more in our full morning briefing: http://nyti.ms/1Nmj8h8
  1. Israel’s leader in Washington
    Benjamin Netanyahu meets with President Obama today in his first visit to the White House since the Iran nuclear accord, which the prime minister strongly opposed. The encounter is likely to be strictly transactional. http://nyti.ms/1MGO4YN
  2. Shooting near Penn Station
    A 43-year-old man was killed and two others were wounded in a shooting near Penn Station, shortly before 6:15 a.m. this morning, the police said. http://nyti.ms/1NZh3KY
  3. Myanmar’s opposition claims victory
    The party of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize laureate, says it is confident of a landslide victory in Myanmar's elections, while the governing military-backed party acknowledged its poor showing. Sunday’s election was the first time in 25 years that voters in Myanmar were able to choose their leaders freely. http://nyti.ms/1PkvLiH
  4. A French “Banksy” invades NY
    The anonymous Paris street artist with the pseudonym Invader arrived in New York over the weekend with plans to put up artful mosaics on buildings in the city. http://nyti.ms/1iNI2Of
  5. Some in GOP relying on New Hampshire
    Some lagging Republicans (including Chris Christie and Jeb Bush) are staking their presidential candidacies on one-on-one campaigning in the state. http://nyti.ms/1MuCgxb