Dec. 31:

The news begins anew with "Studio B"...

Killer Waves

As the death toll from Sunday's massive earthquake and the devastating tsunamis that followed continues to rise to biblical proportions we'll keep you up-to-date and informed.

We'll have live reports from the region where we'll talk with our own Adam Housley who is in Phuket, Thailand.

Powell, Gov. Bush to Travel to South Asia

We'll bring you the very latest on relief efforts for the millions affected by Sunday's earthquake including details about Secretary of State Colin Powell (search) and Florida Governor Jeb Bush's mission to the stricken region.

Happy New Year!

How will Americans ring in the new year? Preparations are in full swing to welcome 2005 in New York's Time Square at the stroke of midnight.

We'll talk with FNC Entertainment Correspondent Lisa Bernhard about all the festivities.

Martha Stewart Loses Decorating Contest...

Yes, you read that right. The doyenne of domesticity who helped millions to decorate their homes through her magazine and television show lost a decorating contest in prison this Christmas season.

According to People.com, Stewart was part of a team of inmates that was involved in the contest. The site says that each team was given 25 dollars worth of glitter, ribbons, construction paper and glue to put together a display depicting "Peace on Earth."

Apparently, Stewart's team made paper cranes to be hung from the ceiling.

However, it quotes an inmate as saying Stewart's team lost to another one that put together a nativity scene with "pictures of snow-covered hills and sleds."

• The Year in Sports

Our own Brian Kilmeade fresh from "FOX & Friends" and also the author of the bestselling book "The Games Do Count" takes a look back at the year when the curse of the Bambino was finally broken...

These stories... and more on "Studio B With Shepard Smith" at 3 p.m. ET.

Note: Topics subject to change

--The Associated Press contributed to this report

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