Latest financial news - CNNMoney.com

Ayman Mohyeldin to be MSNBC fill-in anchor
NBC News foreign correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin, who's coverage of the conflict in Gaza was both celebrated and scrutinized, is moving to New York and joining MSNBC as a fill-in anchor.

Taxi rival bills itself as 'non a-hole' Uber
Read full story for latest details.

See Paul McCartney -- in virtual reality!
Have you ever thought to yourself, "I really like this Paul McCartney song, but I wish I could see him playing it from multiple angles?"

Minivans fail spectacularly in crash test
Read full story for latest details.

Takata airbag victims looked like they had been shot or stabbed
When police got to the scene of a minor car accident in Alhambra, California in September 2013, they thought the driver, Hai Ming Xu, had been shot in the face.

Kurds, Islamic State both claim progress in battle for Kobani
New amateur video appears to show Kurdish fighters and Islamic State militants battling for control in the besieged border town of Kobani. Nathan Frandino reports.

Illegal immigrants hopeful about Obama speech
Millions of undocumented immigrants in the US are expected to watch President Barack Obama's immigration reform speech tonight, with one Maryland family certain that the president has their daughter's future in his hands. Jillian Kitchener reports.

Breakingviews: Wall Street's commodities clout
Reynolds Holding and Antony Currie explain how a U.S. Senate probe into banks' ownership of physical assets is short on evidence – but its take on risk and massaging numbers is spot on.

Reuters Summit: U.S. stocks could return 10%+ in 2015
Wells Fargo's Margie Patel says U.S. stocks could surprise to the upside in the new year and likes healthcare, consumer discretionary & staples sectors

Reuters Summit: Munis will continue to outperform in 2015
Lebanthal's Greg Serbe says municipal bonds will deliver better returns than the broader fixed income markets and thinks the higher-quality credits hold the best opportunitise

SI.com

Uruguay eliminates Italy; Did Suarez bite again?
Uruguay is moving on. Italy is out of the World Cup after a 1-0 loss. Meanwhile, Luis Suarez apparently bit an opponent again.

Report: Heat forward LeBron James to opt out of deal, become free agent
Get ready for the Decision, Part II. LeBron James is opting out of his contract with the Heat, and will become a free agent.

NBA Mock Draft: Another change at the top
Just when you thought the NBA draft pecking order was starting to get predictable, Joel Embiid shakes it up.

Mexico beats Cameroon, advances to knockout round
After a tough 2013, Mexico completed its magical turnaround by taking down Croatia 3-1 and advancing out of Group A.

World Cup analysis: Costa Rica-England

This Day in History

Nuremberg Trials Begin (1945)
The Nuremberg Trials, which took place in Germany between 1945 and 1949, were a series of trials prosecuting Nazi officials for their participation in World War II and the Holocaust. The first and most famous of these trials, the Trial of the Major War Criminals before the International Military Tribunal, involved 24 of the most important leaders of Nazi Germany, 12 of whom were sentenced to death for crimes against humanity and other offenses. How were the death sentences carried out? Discuss

Abraham Lincoln Delivers Gettysburg Address (1863)
The Gettysburg Address, one of the most quoted speeches in US history, was delivered by President Abraham Lincoln at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, four and half months after the famous battle fought there. In about two minutes, Lincoln's address redefined the American Civil War as not just a struggle for the Union, but as "a new birth of freedom" for the US and its people. Lincoln's address has drawn comparisons to what ancient speech?

Pope Boniface VIII Issues Unam Sanctam (1302)
Historians consider the papal bull Unam sanctam—which proclaimed that there is no salvation outside of the Church—to be one of the most extreme statements of papal spiritual supremacy ever made. It stemmed from Pope Boniface VIII's ongoing feud with Philip the Fair of France over Philip's taxation of clerics without papal consent. Unam sanctam thus emphasized that Catholic princes are subject to the pope in temporal and religious matters. How did Philip respond to the bull?