Each day, we here at "Piers Morgan Tonight" put together the news you need to know – from what happened last night to what will happen today.
For February 1, 2013 – New York's brash former mayor, Ed Koch, dies at 88, suicide bombing kills one outside U.S. Embassy in Turkey and under-the-radar players to watch in Super Bowl XLVII...
• New York's brash former mayor, Ed Koch, dies at 88: "Ed Koch, the brash former New York City mayor who typically greeted constituents with a 'How'm I doin'?' died Friday at the age of 88, his spokesman said."
• Suicide bombing kills one outside U.S. Embassy in Turkey: "One person died Friday in an apparent suicide bombing at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, police said. 'We can confirm a terrorist blast at a checkpoint on the perimeter of our embassy compound in Ankara, Turkey, at 1:13 p.m. local time,' U.S. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said."
• Mystery source, high stakes as New Jersey senator Robert Menendez denies prostitutes allegations: "This story is about a U.S. senator's alleged trips on a private plane to the Caribbean for sex parties with prostitutes. If it proves to be true, it would most likely topple a powerful politician and affect President Barack Obama's ability to pass legislation."
• Steady hiring continues: "The jobs recovery continued to crawl forward in January, as employers hired 157,000 workers, the Labor Department said Friday."
• Under-the-Radar Players to Watch in Super Bowl XLVII: "Super Bowl XLVII is loaded with superstars that even the most casual fans will recognize, but both teams field players you may not know about who will be vital to the success of their respective teams."