Fact-checking website PolitiFact is out with the latest edition of its "Lie of the Year." In 2013, the dubious prize went to President Obama for his widely derided claim that, "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it."
GingerBread Lane, a 1.5 ton candy village on display at the New York Hall of Science boasts a Guinness world record for the largest gingerbread exhibit. The completely edible structure took chef Jon Lovitch a full year to create. (Dec. 12)
Robert Levinson went missing in Iran seven years ago. A new report claims he vanished while working for the CIA.
A Dallas store is making unfashionable cool by selling tasteless and tacky holiday sweaters. Its owner is making money from monstrous looking glitter to macrame. (Dec. 13)
The influx of millions of visitors to NYC during the holidays turns everyday walkers into Grinches. Their gripes are simple: Non-New Yorkers stop too often, walk too slowly, and block busy foot traffic. (Dec. 12)
Pennsylvania police are investigating the death of a college student from New York City. Authorities say Michael Deng died after a fraternity hazing ritual. (Dec. 12)
Monsignor Robert Weiss of St. Rose of Lima church had to bury eight of the children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary. A year later, the tragedy has changed how he sees the world. (Dec. 11)
A Georgia woman says she was the victim of an apparent prank at a local Home Depot. Illyanna De La Keur says she suffered injuries after being glued to a toilet seat. (Dec. 10)
Scenes from Tuesday's memorial service for Nelson Mandela at the FNB Stadium in Soweto near Johannesburg.