10 things to know for Tuesday, Feb. 4: Banks, retailers battle over consumer data breaches
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Officials want to know whether the drug was mixed with anything else. The actor’s autopsy is underway and results are pending.
Each is using its lobbying might to persuade Congress that the other side is responsible for protecting personal information of consumers.
Last year’s big gains have left share prices so high that investors are hammering stocks that report evenly slightly bad news.
Pope wanted them burned after his death, but his trusted confidant says he “did not have the courage to” destroy them.
Much the way journalists do in any modern democracy. This week hundreds of newspapers and radio and TV stations will cover the first televised debate.
New attorney general, a Democrat, won’t defend the state’s 2006 constitutional amendment, which has angered many Republican lawmakers.
Republican governors, who often seek less government spending, are pumping more money into education for 3- and 4-year-olds.
Senate expected to vote on legislation that features slight cuts to food stamps, provides financial cushion for farmers and subsidizes services for rural communities.
Twenty-one years after it was safeguarded, Oregon chub will become first fish removed from U.S. Endangered Species Act protection.
Kansas and Missouri will be the first to see heavy snow. Then it’s on to Philadelphia, Boston, New York — possibly in time for Wednesday’s morning commute.