(CNN) — The past few weeks have been turbulent for President Barack Obama, dealing with a trifecta of so-called "scandals."
The Internal Revenue Service's targeting of conservative groups, the Justice Department's secret subpoena of Associated Press phone records and the continuing talking points in the immediate aftermath of last year's Benghazi terrorist attack have weighed heavily on Obama's administration, and the fallout is playing out in the press.
Despite the front-page controversies, Obama's approval rating is holding strong — at least for now.
CNN's Jim Acosta reports on Obama's public opinion ratings in this report.
Someone has again anonymously dropped a gold Krugerrand coin into a Salvation Army red kettle in a central Indiana city.
Scammers are claiming to be from a law enforcement agency and are threatening to arrest victims if they don't pay the fine for an alleged crime or debt.
Mitrovich’s home in the Saxony subdivision is decorated with about 25,000 LED lights coordinated to Christmas music.