News to Know: Facebook removes privacy setting, Healthcare.gov is glitchy, ex-mayor sentenced to prison
10. Both Republicans and Democrats from the House of Representatives spoke with President Barack Obama regarding the debt ceiling on Thursday morning. CNN reports a House Republican described the talks as “good.”
9. According to MSN, Facebook is removing a privacy setting that prevents some users from being found when people type their names in the “search.”
8. President Barack Obama signed a bill for the government to pay military death benefits during the shutdown, according to CBS.
7. Entrepreneurship in Americans ages 55-64 has grown to 23.4 percent in the past year, according to MSN. Entrepreneurship in younger Americans has declined.
6. According to ABC, 20 thousand barrels of crude oil spilled from a North Dakota pipeline.
5. Ohio kidnapper Ariel Castro may have died from autoerotic asphyxiation, not suicide, according to CBS.
4. According to Fox Business, the job market is the best it’s been since the recession.
3. Healthcare.gov, the website on which Americans can sign up for insurance guaranteed by the Affordable Care Act, has suffered some glitches, according to CBS.
2. According to ABC News, astronaut Scott Carpenter died Thursday at the age of 88.
1. Fox News reports ex-mayor of Detroit Kwame Kilpatrick has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for corruption.