A two-year bipartisan budget deal is expected to be approved in the U.S. House.
A look at the news making headlines today, Thursday Dec. 12.
The number of Healthcare.gov enrollments more than doubled last month.
"The people's Pope" is Time's Person of the Year.
A bipartisan budget deal could end three years of impasse and fiscal instability in Washington.
This 16-year-old French Canadian performs on a Quebec radio station. You might mistake him for "The King."
A couple is charged with assault after an uproar over missing hash browns.
"Anchorman 2" weatherman Brick Tamland shows off his forecasting skills.
Who will win in an epic food truck cook off? TV's Chef Gordon Ramsey or the Muppet's Swedish Chef?
CNN's Anderson Cooper, Wolf Blitzer and Chris Cuomo open up about their work experiences with Anchorman Ron Burgundy.
The former Boston head coach gets a win in his return to the Garden.
The Washington Redskins are benching quarterback Robert Griffin III for the remainder of the season.
The Pacers lead the Eastern Conference while San Antonio and Oklahoma City fight for the Western Conference lead.
The Diamondbacks beef up their batting in a trade involving the Angels and White Sox.
Former world heavyweight champ Mike Tyson isn't welcome in Britain.
Police arrest a man for allegedly placing prank calls about prominent professional coaching jobs.
Chicago QB Josh McCown makes a strong case to become the team's permanent starter.
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