French soldiers prepare to leave their garrison to patrol in Paris, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. France ordered 10,000 troops into the streets Monday to protect sensitive sites — nearly half of them to guard Jewish schools — as it hunted for accomplices to the Islamic militants who left 17 people dead as they terrorized the nation. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Homegrown attacks like those in Paris worry analysts

“You have individuals who are inspired by the ideology but aren’t directly connected to any specific group. They are very difficult for our traditional counterterrorism capabilities to pick up on.”

FILE - This Nov. 12, 2014 file photo shows the HealthCare.gov website, where people can buy health insurance, on a laptop screen, shown in Portland, Ore. Not only do more Americans have health insurance, but the number struggling with medical costs has dropped since President Barack Obama's health care law expanded coverage, according to a study released Thursday Jan. 15, 2015. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)

Study: Fewer struggle with medical costs as coverage grows

Not only do more Americans have health insurance, but the number struggling with medical costs has dropped since President Barack Obama’s health care law expanded coverage, according to a study released Thursday.

FILE - In this Feb. 26, 2013 file photo, a man uses his cell phone as he drives through traffic in Dallas. In a new survey, 98 percent of motorists who own cellphones and text regularly were aware of the dangers, yet three-quarters of them admit to texting while driving, despite laws against it in some states. Two-thirds said they have read text messages while stopped at a red light or stop sign, while more than a quarter said they have sent texts while driving. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

“Can’t talk, I’m driving”

Bills are pending in both the Indiana Senate and the House that would make it illegal to use anything but a hands-free phone while you’re driving.