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December 23rd, 2013
09:19 PM ET

What is the biggest lie of 2013?

'60 Minutes' Benghazi report

CBS 60 Minutes"When we discovered the account he gave the FBI was different from what he told us. We realized we have been misled," Lara Logan said.

'We were wrong': CBS's Lara Logan apologizes for Benghazi reportc

"Lara Logan said it better than I could. That's why it was the biggest lie of the year," Brian Stelter said.

"If you like your health care plan, you can keep it"

ObamaMediaite's Joe Concha tells CNN's Don Lemon that it's not just him - but Politifact and the Washington Post believes the biggest lie of 2013 was President Obama frequently remark - "if your like your health care plan, you can keep it."

Fact Check: If you liked your health plan, you can keep your health plan

NSA Chief denies U.S. surveillance on Americans

ClapperSenator Ron Wyden: Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans

Rand Paul: Intelligence director should resign

James Clapper: No sir.

"We're talking about a massive NSA surveillance program." CNN contributor Dean Obedillah continued to say, "all of our emails are being read."

Lance Armstrong doping scandal

ArmstrongOPRAH WINFREY: In all seven of your Tour de France victories did you ever take banned substances or blood dope?

LANCE ARMSTRONG: Yes

Lance Armstrong says his doping still 'polarizing topic' for many

"The guy lied for 15 years. He sued people until they went bankrupt," Mel Robbins said.


Filed under: 2013 • News
December 23rd, 2013
09:10 PM ET

Target faces lawsuits over data breach

Target is now facing at least three class-action lawsuits, after hackers stole credit and debt card numbers from 40 million customers.

Target: 40 million credit cards compromised

Target tried to appease shoppers by offering a 10% discount over the weekend, but many customers weren't buying it.

Target offers 10% discount after credit card hack

And adding to Target's troubles, J.P. Morgan Chase put a cap on cash withdrawals for customers who recently shopped at Target - all of which could make for a rough holiday season for the retail giant.

Larry Glazer is managing partner and  co-founder of Mayflower Advisors.


Filed under: Business • News
December 23rd, 2013
08:54 PM ET

Georgia sheriff vows to stop working with A&E over 'Duck Dynasty' star suspension

"When somebody quotes the bible and speaks about the bible and they're punished for it. I think it's time for somebody to stand up," Georgia Sheriff Phil Miller.

In a show of support for Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson, the sheriff in Douglas County, Georgia, is vowing to no longer work with A&E.

Sheriff says A&E not welcome in his county

Several of the network's reality shows, including "Beyond Scared Straight," have been filmed in Douglas County.

Sheriff Miller says that may no longer be an option.


Filed under: Duck Dynasty • News
December 23rd, 2013
08:36 PM ET

White house extends Obamacare deadline... again

The deadline for signing up for Obamacare has been effectively extended by another day, the Obama administration said Monday.

The delay means many Americans now have until midnight tomorrow to sign up for healthcare coverage that starts January first.

If you don't have insurance, and don't sign up by this deadline, you could face a fine.
This is just the latest in a series of delays in the implementation of the President's signature healthcare legislation.

Obamacare deadline extended by one day

OutFront: Democratic Strategist Maria Cardona and Republican Strategist Ana Navarro.


Filed under: Health • News • Obamacare
December 23rd, 2013
08:29 PM ET

NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly defends controversial practices

"We've done everything we can reasonably can do to protect the city," New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said.

After more than a decade as the head of the largest police force in the country, Kelly will retire at the end of the year.

In addition to joining the public speaking circuit, Kelly will join the Council on Foreign Relations as a "visiting fellow".

Susan Candiotti recently sat down with Commissioner Kelly and asked him about his tenure, the state of terror and the controversial legacy he'll leave behind.


Filed under: Crime • Justice • News