10 Things to Know for Tuesday, Jan. 28: Could lawmakers bring back firing squads?
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Avoiding lofty goals, he'll instead announce smaller proposals — such as job-training initiatives — during his prime-time address.
Mykola Azarov quits in order to encourage what he calls "social-political compromise" in the crisis-torn country.
A blast of freezing precipitation could scatter snow and ice across the Deep South, a rare occurrence in places that seldom even see prolonged sub-freezing temperatures.
Morsi stands inside a glass-encased metal cage for the start of a new trial over charges from prison breaks during the country's 2011 revolution.
The AP has learned the U.S. government is funding research aimed at coming up with a way to encrypt searches of electronic records.
Slowing sales growth of hit products like the iPhone and iPad means the world's most valuable company needs another breakthrough innovation.
Concerns over supplies of drugs and their effectiveness raise the possibility of a return to firing squads, electrocutions or gas chambers.
A five-year farm bill has goodies that appeal to members of Congress from both parties and all regions of the country.
Some experts wonder about the impact a barrage of self-images will have on the first truly "smartphone generation."
Pete Seeger, folk music legend and social activist who recorded and performed for six decades, has died at 94.