The Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory parade moves along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, in Philadelphia. The Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33 in Super Bowl 52. (Jessica Griffin/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)
Originally published Friday, February 9, 2018 at 06:00a.m.
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Today:
1 - WHY WALL STREET IS FEELING QUEASY
Stocks plunge again, sending the Dow down 1,000 points, as investors continue to get out of the market after signs of rising inflation.
2 - 'RECKLESS AND IRRESPONSIBLE'
A bipartisan budget deal in the Republican-led Congress would send the annual federal deficit soaring beyond $1 trillion, souring some in the GOP who have been railing for years against government spending.
3 - WHERE RARE DISPLAY OF UNITY IS PLAYING OUT
On Friday night, the world will witness a truly extraordinary moment: An Olympics convening in South Korea with the participation of its nuclear rival, North Korea.
4 - PRESSURE MOUNTS ON WHITE HOUSE CHIEF OF STAFF
Questions swirl about John Kelly's defense of a senior aide, whom he fought to keep in one of the West Wing's most sensitive jobs after multiple accusations of spousal abuse.
5 - PHILLY CELEBRATES FIRST SUPER BOWL TITLE
Hundreds of thousands of deliriously happy Eagles fans jam Broad Street for a parade to celebrate the NFL championship many of them never thought they'd see.
6 - INVESTIGATORS REPORT GRISLY FIND
Toronto police say they've recovered the remains of at least six people from planters on a property connected to an alleged serial killer who worked as a landscaper.
7 - NOTORIOUS MILITANTS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY
Two British members of an IS insurgent cell commonly dubbed "The Beatles" and known for beheading hostages are captured by the American-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.
8 - WHO'S PUTTING GROCERIES ON FAST TRACK
Amazon is bringing its speedy delivery to Whole Foods, with plans to roll out two-hour delivery this year to those who pay for Amazon's $99-a-year Prime membership.
9 - TWITTER MAKES MONEY FOR FIRST TIME
The company beats Wall Street's cautious expectations with its first quarterly profit in history — but that isn't going to solve the company's broader problems any time soon.
10 - HOW CLEVELAND IS RETOOLING FOR STRETCH RUN
The Cavs completely change their look — and perhaps their chances of winning a championship this season — with a stunning sequence of deals at the NBA trade deadline.