- Find out how to stream the 2014 Country Music Ass'n Awards, who's nominated, who's performing, and who is predicted to win big.
- Days after Credit Suisse directed North Carolina pension funds to Erskine Bowles' firm, the firm paid Credit Suisse $775,000.
- America's first Ebola patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, died while being treated with a drug from a relatively unknown biotech company.
- Eric Shinseki, secretary of the embattled Department of Veterans Affairs, will testify about charges of negligence and a possible cover-up.
- The North Carolina Central University college student was jailed last summer for what he thought was the correct thing to do.
- The former “American Idol” star says Washington won't change him, just as Hollywood didn't.
- The Durham campus of North Carolina Central University is under lockdown amid an active shooter investigation.
- Visitors do not realize that the seemingly benign and docile cows they see are actually dangerous creatures.
- The pickings appear to be a little slim for college football fans, but a gem or two might arise ... and points certainly figure to be prevalent.
Amanda Todd Video Infuriates Parents After Bullying Clip That Ends In Suicide Is Shown In ClassroomsCanadian parents are upset that the Amanda Todd anti-bullying video is being shown in classrooms.
- Due to stipulations in the current system, the winner of tonight's MAC title game just might find itself playing against a prime-time opponent in prime time when the New Year hits.
- The Church of England defeated a measure to allow women as bishops.
- Justin Welby, a former oil industry executive, will become the Archbishop of Canterbury, replacing Rowan Williams.
- In an attempt to capitalize off of the success of Mad Men, AMC has come out with a new original reality TV show called The Pitch. The networks newest show, which premieres on April 30, offers viewers an intense, never-before-seen glimpse in to the world of America's top ad agencies.
- Lawmakers are investigating three pharmacies in Maryland and North Carolina accused of passing critical drugs in short supply directly to wholesalers, who are likely to profit from the scarcity of life-saving medicines, rather than to the patients that need them.