Barbara Walters to retire in 2014

Longtime ABC News personality Barbara Walters will retire from TV journalism in 2014, ABC reported late Sunday, closing a chapter on one of the most storied careers in broadcast journalism history.

Craigslist scammers using counterfeit money in exchange for high-end goods

In the past couple of months we have seen an increase in craigslist scammers using fake money to buy goods. Victims are posting items for sale on craigslist and then meeting suspects to complete the transaction.

O.J. Simpson says bad legal advice put him in prison

Disgraced football legend O.J. Simpson is scheduled to return to a Las Vegas courtroom Monday in a bid to get his robbery, assault and kidnapping convictions thrown out.

Jurors hung on 2 counts in Philly abortion doctor case

Two weeks after deliberations began, jurors in the trial of Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell told the judge Monday morning they are hung on two of the counts against him.

Waco Meetings Marketplace returns to Waco Convention Center

The second annual Waco Meetings Marketplace will take place on Wednesday, May 22 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., in the Brazos Ballroom of the Waco Convention Center.

Tenants: Rattlesnakes invade Scottsdale apartments

Scottsdale, AZ (KPHO) -- At first glance, the view of the desert at Dakota at McDowell Mountain Ranch in Scottsdale is serene.

Steamboat woman fakes cancer, shaves head to collect charity money

Steamboat Springs, CO (KDVR) -- A town of about 12,000 was shocked to find that the woman they had been helping raise money through fundraisers had faked having cancer the entire time. Elizabeth Bateman was arrested after the truth was discovered,

2-year-old West, Texas victim's long road to recovery

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Nearly a month after a fertilizer plant explosion rocked the small town of West, Texas, 2-year-old Ariana Gassaway is still suffering.

Nicki Minaj on 'Idol' rumors: I'm happy here

If "American Idol" producers really are planning to toss aside all of the show's judges, as rumors have suggested, they only have three left to go.

Pickering defends Benghazi report, says criticisms not based in fact

The leader of a panel charged with reviewing September's attack in Benghazi, Libya, said Sunday that criticism of his report was unfounded and did not accurately reflect how his review was carried out. Thomas Pickering, a former ambassador and co-