10 things to know for Friday, Jan. 10: What Wall Street is banking on
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Political analysts say the New Jersey governor can probably survive the traffic jam scandal — provided there are no more surprises.
Unemployment is expected to remain at a five-year low of 7 percent when the government releases its latest jobs report.
Tens of thousands of people in nine counties surrounding Charleston are advised not to use their tap water after a foaming agent leaks into the Elk River.
The diplomat, charged with lying about her housekeeper’s pay, is ordered out of the country after India refuses to waive her immunity.
The Western-backed coalition is dogged by infighting, particularly about whether to talk to Assad’s government at the upcoming meeting in Switzerland.
The U.S. won’t send troops, but has been delivering missiles to bolster government forces aiming to retake two key cities from al-Qaida.
The price tag from school closures, airline disruptions, lost productivity and repairs could reach $5 billion.
He had crawled under his truck to loosen ice from his brakes. But it suddenly settled deeper into the snow, pinning him beneath an axle.
The controversial U.S. poet and playwright was both revered and reviled for works that called for revolution.
Prices are expected to drop the closer it gets to the game.