Stanley Cup winner Mathieu Schneider is among four new inductees to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Massachusetts prosecutors said on Monday that an anonymous caller, who told lawyers for former NFL star Aaron Hernandez that one of the jurors who found him guilty of murder should have been disqualified, had a sexual relationship with the athlete.
"Men in Black" star Will Smith took the unusual step of publicly shooting down a report that he and his actress wife of 17 years had decided to divorce.
There was no Donald Trump but his top issue, illegal immigration, was a dominant theme for 14 Republican presidential candidates who tested their messages at a forum to start a pivotal week on the campaign trail.
Three U.S. airlines have banned the transport of lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo killed by trophy hunters, in the latest fallout from the killing of Zimbabwe's Cecil the lion.
Two construction cranes and a portion of a bridge being replaced in the Netherlands came crashing down, landing on nearby homes.
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Paramount executives have picked up the rights to the 28-year-old's autobiography.
Each year millions of Americans draft virtual sports teams online and enter real-money competitions that last only a few hours.
The sequel to the 2001 comedy is still several months away but with one-liners like these, we can't wait.
The band stopped their show on Sunday after Alessandro Venturella suffered a medical emergency and was taken to hospital by ambulance.
After 15 years, the comedian will bid farewell as he hosts his final "Daily Show."
The boy was struck by a follow-through swing near the on-deck circle.
Coaches around the Southeastern Conference have had to do a little extra homework on opposing coordinators during the offseason.
A judge in Seattle has dismissed efforts by a TV host to release photographs of Kurt Cobain's death scene.
A futuristic elevator that fits neatly into the corner of a room and moves between floors of a standard home could present a more attractive proposition than the traditional stairlift.
President Barack Obama will unveil the final version of his plan to tackle greenhouse gases, kicking off what is expected to be a tumultuous legal battle between federal environmental regulators and coal industry supporters.