10 Things to Know for Friday, March 14: Barack Obama yields to pressure on immigration reform
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
India expands its search for the missing Malaysian jetliner to seas west of the Andaman Islands amid signs that the jet may have flown on for hours after last contact.
Rescuers use telescopic cameras and devices that probe for voices in their search for survivors of the blast that brought down two Harlem apartment buildings and killed at least eight people.
President Barack Obama yields to pressure from some of his staunchest allies to look for ways to act without Congress to ease the suffering caused by deportation.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Russia's foreign minister in London in a last-minute bid to stave off an East-West crisis over Ukraine.
The failings of U.S. nuclear missile launch crews were worse than first reported, Air Force documents show.
The agency has, however, done such checks for Colorado, a discrepancy that illustrates the quandary the Justice Department faces as it allows states to experiment with a drug that is illegal under federal law.
On his first anniversary as pontiff, Pope Francis supports the work of priests who work in the slums of Buenos Aires, saying their work is not ideological, "it's apostolic."
Tufts University is hoping to remove financial barriers that keep cash-strapped students from taking a "gap year" after high school, offering to pay for housing, airfare and even visa fees that can often add up to $30,000 or more.
Tony Benn, who renounced his aristocratic title rather than leave the House of Commons, is remembered as a "champion of the powerless, a great parliamentarian" after a political career that spanned five decades.
The pop provocateur began her appearance at the South By Southwest music festival at an Austin, Texas, barbecue spot, pretending to roast herself on a spit like a gutted pig as her dancers basted her.