What do an old shoebox, a country girl in Texas, a big insurance company and millions of dollars have to do with an investment strategy? Meet Lyndall Scott Russell, a 101-year-old woman from Fort Worth, TX.
We take a look back at the biggest stories of the year; we check out the fifth season of Community; Scott raps with the new TV series Chozen; Vic and Scott review of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds; and finally, Miri talks Elysium.
Senate is expected to pass a bipartisan budget plan, but it could result in reduced military benefits.
On Bravo's 'Watch What Happens Live,' the 'Anchorman 2' funnyman says there's one beloved movie he refuses to do a sequel for.
'Lost' Damon Damon Lindelof's star continues to rise since he was named as (half) of one of the most influential people of 2010. But is he fraud? TIME's Joel Stein investigates.
Achieved fame by escaping prison, eluding justice for decades
A guide dog leaped to the subway tracks when his blind owner fell off a Manhattan platform Wednesday, saving his life.
Watch the moment the winner was announced on Tuesday night's big season finale.
Downton Abbey fans get a taste of aristocratic living, or at least the beverage part, at the the official Downton Abbey tea truck. We find out what the Dowager Countess sips with her wisecracks.
Sponsored video content will start appearing in some news feeds this week as Facebook tests out the new ads.
According to the U.S. Marshals Service, Devyani Khobragade was arrested on visa fraud charges on December 12th. She s accused of underpaying her nanny.
Price both revolutionized country music and rankled loyalists over the decades as he helped define a genre.
The new class of inductees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has been announced, and Nirvana, Kiss, Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel, Linda Ronstadt and Cat Stevens are on the list.
Google bought the robotics company Boston Dynamics, bringing it one step closer to selling robots to eager companies.
Brian the dog was killed off on 'Family Guy,' and fans weren't pleased. But Sunday night's episode put things right. Find out how he came back from the dead.
In referencing the difference in domestic and international surveillance laws, President Obama says "in a virtual world, some of these boundaries don't matter anymore."
La pequeña con espina bífida e hidrocefalia sólo quiere un iPad y su madre una cama para dormir mejor.
President Obama says that he will make a 'definitive statement' on reform of the US intelligence community in January.
When asked by a reporter if he thought his credibility was at stake after the failed healthcare rollout, President Obama replies that poll numbers change, but that now several million Americans are covered with insurance that weren't before.
Who are the political winners and losers of the year? Chris Matthews says Pope Francis struck a chord with his anti-poverty comments and should be commended and that President Obama had a "terrible year."
A new report shows deportations are down 10 percent in the U.S. At the same time, Asians have surpassed Hispanics as the largest group of new immigrants to the country.
Ohio Secretary of State John Husted announced this week that there is no evidence of a plot to register non-citizen voters. But that didn't stop the Republican-controlled legislature from passing a bill that makes it easier to purge voters from the rolls.
Video shows people running from a massive mudslide in rural Brazil. At least eight people are dead and more than 100 others have been evacuated from the area.
We’ve seen a lot of ugly sweaters, but the TODAY anchors are in awe of the big winner of our ugly sweater contest, whose incredible DIY sweater is wired with lights and even has a wide-eyed penguin.
If you recently used a credit or debit card at Target stores, you could be the victim of credit or debit fraud. CNBC personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson and consumer advocate Bob Sullivan discuss what steps you should take next.
From Furby to Tickle Me Elmo, Willie Geist takes a look back at the most in-demand Christmas toys through the decades. And though toys and games continue to get more advanced with each passing year, many classics still remain.
Conservative icons are lining up to defend "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson. David Corn, James Peterson and Victoria Soto discuss the reality star's anti-gay remarks and the ensuing controversy.
One amazing Lego fan was able to build a full-size car out of the toy building blocks and was able to take it on a test drive near Melbourne, Australia.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Billie Jean King, who has been named a U.S. delegate to the Russian Olympics.
If you think you know the consumer better than anyone, then you're in trouble, says Millard Drexler, J.Crew chairman & CEO, weighing in on innovative ways retailers are attempting to gauge what the consumer wants to buy.