THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • A new study gives New York's La Guardia the honor of being America's most stressful airport.
  • CBS News is said to be bracing for a big shake-up.
  • California is getting closer to offering two years of college for free.
  • Brace yourself for a new fee from the airlines. A seat-selection fee. You either take the one they assign you, or on the high-demand flights, it could cost up to $60 to move to a better seat. No kidding.
  • Natalie Portman says she and Jessica Simpson are fine. Sure, they had a little Instagram spat earlier this month, but they're good.
  • New research from Parks Associates finds consumers have high concerns overall regarding the security of their personal data and device security, including 77% of U.S. broadband households who are very concerned about someone hacking their online service. Additionally, 75% worry about their computer being hacked, and 66% are concerned about their smart TV or streaming media player being compromised.
  • Chevel Shepherd was the winner of the latest season of "The Voice."
  • Netflix is testing out a new mobile-only plan for $3 a week.
  • Ariana Grande has an upside-down Christmas tree in her house. Mounted to the ceiling. Says it represents how 2018 was for her.
  • I'm not making this up: Chris Watts, who's serving life in prison for the murder of his pregnant wife and two young daughters, is receiving love letters and photos from women.
  • The burglary charge against Josh Henderson is being dropped due to insufficient evidence.
  • President Trump signed a measure that gives federal workers Monday off, yes, Christmas Eve.
  • In Britain, a couple that named their baby Adolf Hitler have been sentenced to 6-1/2 years in jail.
  • The man who was set to be the world's first human head transplant has cancelled after falling in love.
  • They say that some couples are rushing to get divorced before the end of the year to take advantage of the new tax laws.
  • 69-year-old Dodgers announcer Charley Steiner has signed a contract extension through 2021, following his 15th year with the team.
  • Tiger Woods' net worth is reportedly up to $800 million.
  • A study says shampoo, soap and toothpaste are linked to early puberty in kids.

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