10 things to know for Friday, Feb. 7: Who is most crucial to success of new health law
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Young people are needed to offset higher costs of insuring older folks, and army of workers and volunteers is trying to enroll them.
If ceremony opening Sochi Olympics doesn’t reshape country’s global image, it should at least be a good show.
Economists hope January jobs number will tell them whether U.S. economy is really slowing — or continuing to strengthen.
It’s less than 1 euro a bottle, and other goods face new fees too, but the one on bubbly bothers people the most.
In an AP News Analysis, Tom Raum says how policymakers respond could lead to more cooperation — but don’t count on it.
Advice from the American Heart Association focuses on pregnancy and other risk factors that women face more than men.
Seth Borenstein says a plunge in the jet stream is bringing polar air south and east and leaving warm, dry weather to the west.
City officials say new police tactics, more after-school jobs and mentoring programs for young people are paying off.
House Speaker Boehner says it will be difficult for Republicans to pass bill in an election year because of their distrust of Obama.
In an unprecedented appearance, Princess Cristina will be questioned by judge for possible money laundering.