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Is the doughnut fad over? Krispy Kreme sinks again

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Have Americans fallen out of love with doughnuts? Probably not. But they don't appear to be nearly as popular as they once were on Main Street ... and Wall Street.

Walgreens pulls swastika wrapping paper from shelves following complaint

A California woman was shocked to find what appeared to be swastikas on Hanukkah wrapping paper.

Kohl's to stay open for five days straight

Kohl's is taking last-minute Christmas shopping seriously.

Swedish police shut down Pirate Bay

 Sweden has shut down The Pirate Bay just days after several movies stolen from Sony appeared on the file-sharing site.

Who are the Leading Women of 2014

CNN International are on the hunt for the Leading Women of 2014. We want to know which public figures or rising stars have caught your eye this year and deserve accolade for being an extraordinary woman of our time.

Ebola fighters are Time's 'Person of the Year'

 Foday Gallah saw the sick child was distressed and felt he had to do something. So he picked the kid up to comfort him.

$14 million for classic car found under a pile of French magazines?

Early next year, bidders are expected to shell out millions for cars that stood around in Roger Baillon's yard for decades.

'Tis the season: Police hand out presents, not tickets

 What if police gave out presents instead of traffic tickets. That would be a nice trick, or maybe an alternate reality. Actually, it was a stunt for UPtv.

Man lost at sea for 12 days is rescued off coast of Hawaii

 It had been 12 days since Ron Ingraham made his first distress call from his sailboat, after disappearing in waters south of Hawaii. But he tried to give it one more try. His life depended on it.

Police kill intruder who stabbed student in NY synagogue

It should have been a peaceful, contemplative night for Levi Rosenblat, studying the Torah inside a Brooklyn synagogue.