NUMBER 5 - SEAHAWKS SUPER BOWL-BOUND
The Seattle Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl and their fans are thrilled about it! Fans throughout the Emerald City hit the streets to celebrate the win over the San Francisco 49ers. The victory sends them to New Jersey, where they will play the Denver Broncos on February 2nd. You can catch the big game right here, only on Fox!
NUMBER 4 - TEEN IDENTIFIED AS TARGET HACKER
A security firm has identified a Russian teenager as the person behind the cyber-attacks against Russia and Neiman Marcus. The firm says the 17-year-old wrote the malware that hacked into millions of customer's credit card numbers and other personal information. Now, retailers are being warned there could be more breaches coming. Experts say the teenager shared the malware with others.
NUMBER 3 - WINTER OLYMPICS THREAT
Just weeks from the Winter Olympics in Russia, a newly-surfaced video is causing security concerns. The video shows two men, believed to be the suicide attackers in last month's bombings on a Russian bus and train station. They promise an attack at the games in Sochi, saying, "You'll get a present from us for the Muslim blood that's been spilled." Some U.S. lawmakers say they aren't satisfied with the level of intelligence Russia has been providing.
NUMBER 2 - MOTHER KILLS KIDS DURING EXORCISM
Police say a Maryland mother stabbed two of her children to death and wounded two others while attempting an exorcism. Zakieya Avery is now charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted first-degree murder. A second woman, who police say lived in the same home, was also charged. Investigators found the children Friday after a neighbor called to report suspicious activity at the home. Police say the women believed they were performing an exorcism rite.
NUMBER 1 - CHRISTIE CONTROVERSY DEEPENS
The controversy surrounding Governor Chris Christie gets deeper. Dawn Zimmer, the Democrat Mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, says Christie's office threatened to keep super storm Sandy relief money from her town if she didn't support a redevelopment project by the Rockefeller group. "You have the Christie administration using their authority to try and get something. I don't know what they were trying to get on the "Bridgegate," but I do know they were trying to get in Hoboken. They were holding our Sandy funds hostage in order to get the push through and expedite the Rockefeller project," Zimmer said. Christie's camp denies the allegations and says Zimmer has a political ax to grind.