1. After he retires at the end of next season, Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling plans to focus his energy toward developing a role-playing video game, CNN reported. Earlier this week, Schilling showed a small group of reporters a promotional video for the game, which has the working title “Copernicus”.
2. For a feature in the February issue of GQ, supermodel Naomi Campbell interviewed Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez three times. Campbell has told the media she hopes to meet Fidel Castro next.
3. Credit card debt reached a six-month high last November, the Federal Reserve Board announced yesterday. Overall borrowing increased by about 7.5 percent, compared to a 1 percent increase the previous month. Economists linked the spike with the collapse of the housing market.