THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

The world's most expensive home, a New York City penthouse, has been sold for $238 million.

However, there is a new listing of a Malibu Mansion on the beach for $125 million.

Merwin Goldsmith, a character actor you've no doubt seen in films and television ("Law & Order"), died Monday at his home in New York City. He was 81.

The annual Sundance Film Festival kicked off yesterday in Park City, Utah.

Jeff Bezos is breaking ground on a plant in Alabama that will make jet engines.

The Iditarod Dog Sled Race in Alaska is March 2, in case you were wondering.

This year will mark the 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson's death.

Europe's human rights court has ordered Italy to pay Amanda Knox around 18,000 euros ($20,000) in financial damages for police failure to provide legal assistance and a translator while undergoing questioning during that nightmare she experienced.

The tiny nation of Liechtenstein is now the world's richest country per capita, has a 12.5% corporate tax rate and an official 90-minute lunch break.

Portland, Oregon, has declared an emergency after a measles outbreak there.

Rebecca Ferguson -- from "Mission Impossible" and the new movie "The Kid Who Would be King" -- announced she was quietly married over the holiday season.

In Australia this week, a man was caught on camera stealing a car while dressed up as Santa.

An ambulance was called to the home of Bob Barker earlier this month after he fell. The former "Price is Right" host is 95.

The USA Network has just renewed "Suits" for one more season.

Carrie Underwood and her husband, Mike Fisher, welcomed a baby boy to their family on Monday. Jacob Bryan Fisher.

Alec Baldwin plead guilty to that parking spot fiasco last summer. He had to pay court costs, there will be time served or probation, but he has to attend some anger management classes.

The Seattle Mariners signed Ichiro Suzuki to a minor-league contract, so he can do spring training with the team and play with them when they open the season in Japan against the Oakland A's.

L.A. is thinking about a plan that would charge drivers by the mile.

Berkeley, California has approved a 25-cent fee for disposable cups.

The Edmonton Oilers fired their General Manager Peter Chiarelli in the middle of a game.

In Sweden, one film festival is showing a scary movie where all the theater-goers watch while lying in coffins.

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