Oprah Winfrey is having a yard sale. About 4,000 people are expected to rummage through the millionaire's belongings to find some treasures, but, they won't come cheap. The collection includes antiques, fine art and signed autographs with prices starting at $150,000. Proceeds will benefits the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy Foundation college fund for her students in South Africa.
Coastal residents in the northeast marked a somber milestone yesterday: the one year anniversary of hurricane Sandy. Dozens or people gathered to light candles Tuesday evening in Union Beach, New Jersey. Sandy caused more than 180 deaths in the U.S. The storm caused an estimated $65 billion in damages.
Chris Brown is heading to rehab. A spokesman for the singer says Brown's goal is to quote "gain focus and insight into his past and recent behavior." Brown and his bodyguard were involved in a fight over the weekend. He's still on probation in connection to the 2009 incident in which he beat up his then-girlfriend, Rihanna.
Maintenance to the Obamacare website last night prevented customers from submitting new insurance applications. Verizon says federal officials asked the company to provide additional computing and storage ability. On Sunday, an outage traced back to Verizon left customers unable to apply for coverage. Obama administration officials say the issues are being resolved.
After a manhunt that included a car and foot chase, police have arrested a suspect in connection with a killing spree near Dallas, Texas. Police caught Charles Brownlow in a wooded area in Terrell, Texas Tuesday morning. This, after five people, including Brownlow's mother, were found dead. Police say so far, he's facing one count of capital murder and one count of evading arrest. More charges are expected.