Beyonce releases new album on iTunes; Judge finalizes divorce of Jack White and Karen Elson; Farrah Fawcett items fetch more than $500k at auction. (Dec. 13)
Here's the latest news for Friday, December 13th, 2013: Missing American; Budget bill; Wintry weather; Ugly sweaters.
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 new specimen is a duck-billed dino with a fleshy adornment on its head. It was found in a rock formation in Alberta, Canada.
NASA satellite photos have revealed evidence of an impact crater on one of the moons of Jupiter known as Europa that scientists think might have been the source of components for life to start on the distant moon.
At least three people were stabbed outside the Denver Broncos' stadium on Thursday night. Police have suspects in custody. (Dec. 13)
Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie is among those paying tribute to state Health Director Loretta Fuddy, who died in a plane crash on Thursday. Coast Guard rescue crews are describing what happened when they found Fuddy and the plane's surviv...
Despite the momentum stocks have had in 2013, analysts say there's a real possibility of a noticeable pullback in 2014, but still expect it to be a good year. (Dec. 13)