1. Mila Kunis targeted by Ukrainian politician in anti-Semitic rant: A Ukrainian politician is under fire for using an anti-Semitic slur referring to actress Mila Kunis in a Facebook rant.
2. What to do if your company cuts your 401(k): The news has not been good for company retirement programs lately. Let's start with Hostess. The now bankrupt makers of some of our favorite childhood treats like Twinkies and Ho-Hos acknowledged that it used employee wages slated for their pension plans to fund company operations. Sound illegal? It is not.
3. Many primary-care doctors want help treating obesity: Only 44 percent of primary-care doctors say they've helped obese patients lose weight, and many believe that nutritionists and dietitians are the most qualified care providers for these patients, researchers have found.
4. So. Calif. couple unlawfully wedded for 48 years: After spending nearly a half-century as husband and wife, Bob and Norma Clark are finally married.
5. Ho Ho Holy Discount: Vatican tax-free store busy: Anyone left on your Christmas list just aching for a 65-inch Samsung 3D flat-screen television? Just your luck. The Vatican's duty-free department store has one on sale for €2,899 ($3,840) - a nifty savings over the €3,799 ($5,032) it costs at Italy's main electronics chain Euronics.