Barbara Walters has announced her list of the 10 "Most Fascinating People" of 2013. The list has pop culture icons including Miley Cyrus, and the stars of the TLC show Duck Dynasty. It also features newsmakers like Pope Francis and N.S.A. leaker Edward Snowden. Walters will reveal her number 1 most fascinating person, when the show airs on December 18.
Richie Incognito isn't returning to the field, but he will be able to go to the bank. The Miami Dolphin was suspended indefinitely for actions deemed detrimental by the team. However, N.F.L. media reports he will be paid as the investigation into his suspension resumes. The incident revolves around slurs and alleged threats Incognito made toward a former fellow teammate.
The Supreme Court has rejected appeals from two big online retailers who want to keep states from taxing their merchandise. Monday, without comment, Supreme Court justices upheld a lower court ruling favoring New York's right to tax Overstock.com and Amazon.com's goods. Currently, the U.S. has no national sales tax.
Authorities are investigating the death of a man who attended Sunday's football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos. Kansas City police say 30-year-old Kyle Vanwinkle apparently got into the wrong car in the stadium parking lot., and when the car owner saw Vanwinkle, there was a fight. Police say Vanwinkle may have owned a similar car. Three persons of interest were taken into custody, but have since been released.
Investigators say they have now ruled out drag racing or another car as a cause in the fiery crash that killed actor Paul Walker and his friend in California. Authorities are now focusing on how fast Walker's friend was driving. There are tire skid marks near the crash scene, but police haven't determined if they are related to the wreck.