More than one million people are expected to ring in 2015 in New York's Time Square.
Recent research looked at ways to curb drunk driving and found a strong police presence on the streets may be key.
The American Cancer Society says over the last 20 years, cancer deaths have decreased by 22-percent.
Researchers hope their work helps them understand how alcohol affects humans.
CNN takes a look at top stories of 2014.
There is conflicting information this morning about whether any parts of the plane have been located underwater. One official tells CNN that sonar equipment has detected wreckage at the bottom of the sea but another official just dialed that back saying the body of the aircraft hasn't been discovered yet.
The departures of the five men means that 127 people are still detained at Guantanamo.
A new report says that the number of police officers killed in 2014 has increased by nearly 25%.
Every state will likely have flu cases within the next few weeks, and more deaths are expected.
The ASPCA has some tips to keep animals safe during the cold winter months.
Holiday celebrations can create risks on the roads. It's the deadliest time of the year for drunk driving.
Corn whiskey is coming out of the dark thanks to a growing number of legal "moonshine" distilleries.
The three billion figure is about 40-percent of the global population, according to live internet stats.
From footfalls to climbing stairs, to opening doors, the cities of the future will look at ways of tapping energy from all the mechanical energy we expend going about our daily lives.
Hollywood continuing to kick up international political controversy.
New York City is the number one destination.
The latest story titled "The Bible - So Misunderstood It's A Sin" was published online Christmas Eve.
The FDA says they are hoping to issue draft guidance on the policy early next year.
Sony announces limited release of "The Interview".
Soggy weather slows the holiday journey for travelers.
New York observes moment of silence for two officers gun downed over the weekend.
The July through September period saw a five-percent annual growth rate, which is up from the second quarter where spending was reported to be at a 4.6 percent growth rate.
The FDA does not have the authority to pull the powder from shelves, so the agency is building a legal case to dissuade companies from selling it with a promise to pursue "all legal actions" against those who offer it.
The figures released today by HHS Secretary Burwell indicate a large jump from the 2.5 million signups reported on the exchange on December 12th.
Nearly 80-percent of employers plan to offer some kind of holiday gift or bonus this year.
Heading out of town for the holidays?
Sources close to the matter say Sony is set to announce that a limited number of theaters will show the satire on Christmas.
Asian brands dominated the list
Holiday travelers hit the road ahead of Christmas.
Major websites in North Korea are back online after a massive internet outage in the country, and the U.S. is keeping tight-lipped their role in it.
Drone industry, FAA and model aircraft hobbyists team up to launch new drone safety campaign.
Officers across the country are on alert following the slaying of two NYPD officers.
The Orion space capsule is back in Florida following its first test flight and recovery from the Pacific Ocean.
The Military Times survey reveals just 15 percent of active-duty service members approve of Obama's performance as Commander-in-Chief.
A city and a nation is still reeling after two NYPD officers are killed in broad daylight.
The campaign gives drone users the information they need to operate safely and responsibly.
Latest flu report finds surge in cases.
EPA releases new guidelines for disposal of coal ash.
President Obama says we cannot allow "some dictator" to impose censorship in the United States in wake of Sony hacking.
Despite being a lame duck President, and whose party is out of power on Capitol Hill, President Obama has a lot on his plate.
There have been 4 cases in Arizona, 1 in California, 4 in Minnesota, 5 in Missouri, 5 in New Mexico, 1 in North Carolina, 4 in Texas, 1 in Utah, 1 in Washington and 2 in Wisconsin.
Security experts warn this is just the beginning.
The President will use his prepared remarks to highlight accomplishments of the past year but will likely be hammered with tough questions from the White House Press Corps.
The recommendations will now be reviewed by Department of Homeland Security Chief Jeh Johnson, which has oversight of the Secret Service.
California is in dire need of rain.
How quickly will President Obama's proposed changes to U.S.-Cuba relations take place?
Company criticized for pulling "The Interview" after threats from apparent North Korean hackers.
Accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appears in court under heavy security.
Since January employers have added 2.65 million jobs, making 2014 the best year for hiring since 1999.
Would-be burglar killed when 14-year-old opens fire.