President Trump says the U.S. will sign defense deals with India worth three-billion dollars. Trump made the announcement before a cheering crowd in western India earlier today as he shared the stage with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Last week, India's cabinet approved a 2.6-billion-dollar purchase of Lockheed Martin Seahawk helicopters to the Indian navy.    Fans will pack the Staples Center today to say a final farewell to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. A public memorial service will be held at the Lakers home court for Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna. They were among nine people killed in a helicopter crash last month.    Federal health officials have called off a plan to transfer quarantined coronavirus patients to Alabama. The plan was canceled Sunday after residents and local officials in Calhoun County raised concerns. The federal government was planning to transfer patients from the Diamond Princess cruise ship that's docked off the coast of Japan to a FEMA facility in Anniston. About 300 U.S. citizens were evacuated off the cruise ship last week.    A nine-year-old boy says he wants to one day be like Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg [[ boot-edge-edge ]] one day, but first he had to ask for some help. At a rally in Denver Saturday, Zachary Ro submitted a question to the former South Bend, Indiana mayor: "Would you help me tell the world I'm gay, too?" Buttiegieg, himself openly gay, brought Zachary on stage and said he didn't think the boy needed much help, especially after he had just come out publicly before thousands of people.    A California man is alive after driving his Jeep off a six-story parking garage and onto a McDonald's. The Santa Monica Police Department says the 20-year-old driver suffered injuries but was able to speak with officers. Firefighters had to extricate him from the Jeep, and took him to a local hospital in critical condition.    Nine young singers from across the U.S. are on their way to Hollywood after passing Sunday's auditions on American Idol. The second episode of the singing competition aired last night on ABC, and featured celebrity judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie touring the U.S. to view singing auditions. American Idol will return with more auditions in episode three next Sunday.