AP Top Stories Feb. 6 P

Here are the top stories for Saturday, Feb. 6th: Memorial held in Florida for slain FBI agent; Biden visits orthopaedic specialists for checkup; Protests in support of Indian farmers, New Delhi security Kansas City Chiefs arrive for Super Bowl (Feb. 6)

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- This is "AP News Minute." A memorial service was held Saturday for FBI Special Agent Laura Schwarzenberg at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens. The agent was gunned down trying to serve a warrant to a man suspected of involvement in child exploitation. President Joe Biden went to the doctor Saturday for an X-ray on his foot, which he injured while playing with his dog in late November. The president's motorcade stopped at Delaware Orthopedic Specialists on Saturday afternoon for his 10-week checkup.

Supporters of India's protesting farmers demonstrated on Saturday to demand the repeal of new agricultural laws. Protesters carried flags in support of farmers who earlier Saturday, blockaded several highways for hours. The Kansas City Chiefs football team arrived in Tampa, Florida Saturday, where they will play Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Super Bowl. Health officials are on the edge, as the coronavirus clashes with the Sunday sports events that typically brings millions of people together. Derek [INAUDIBLE] associate press with the AP News Minute.