10 things to know for Tuesday, Dec. 24: Last chance to sign up for Jan. 1 health care
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Tuesday:
Today’s 24-hour extension allows Americans more time to enroll for insurance plans that start on New Year’s Day.
Hundreds of couples rush to wed as the state tries again to win a court order halting same-sex marriage.
The interim government accuses the Muslim Brotherhood of orchestrating a deadly bomb attack on a police complex north of Cairo.
Sales at U.S. stores have fallen for three consecutive weeks, putting pressure on retailers to lift last-minute sales.
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova calls her early release by Putin a stunt, and urges a boycott of the Winter Olympics.
Briton Alan Turing cracked Nazi codes to help win WWII, yet his sexuality led to a criminal conviction and subsequent suicide.
Mikhail Kalashnikov created what has become the world’s most popular firearm.
AP’s poll of U.S. news editors puts the troubled ‘Obamacare’ rollout at number one, followed by the Boston bombing and the papal handover.
He has the No. 2 Tigers in the national championship game after directing one of the biggest turnarounds in college football history.
A New York man’s collection of 10,607 titles earns him the new Guinness record.