Technology has a lot to answer for: killing old businesses, destroying the middle class, Buzzfeed. Technology in the form of the internet is especially villainous, having been accused of everything from
Cam Newton is typically outgoing and friendly towards his Panthers teammates, but that changed on Monday morning when the quarterback got into a fight with outspoken cornerback Josh Norman. After picking
It was the summer of 1946, and after being burned by three Ted Williams home runs in the first game of a doubleheader, Cleveland Indians Manager Lou Boudreau devised a plan. When Williams came to the in
On the subdued streets of Athens, Greeks accept that their PM Alexis Tsipras had little choice but to make €13bn offering to creditors Greeks who turned out in their millions to reject austerity last seemed
Spray-on sunscreens might be doing more harm than good. While the products have yet to be banned, the FDA recently shed some light on potential health risks, specifically when it comes to young children.
Washington (CNN) — President Barack Obama is used to hecklers stopping him during speeches -- but he draws the line when the audience interrupts him in his own house. As Obama was speaking at a White event
It all started in the fifth inning after blown call by the the home plate umpire, who incorrectly ruled a RoughRiders player was out when replays clearly showed he should have been called safe due to opposing
Bad day in Baton Rouge. Four LSU Tigers were arrested on Thursday, including quarterback Anthony Jennings. All four have been suspended indefinitely, so one would imagine this puts Brandon Harris in the
Too much was at stake for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The strain finally started showing. LeBron James was a little too angry over a meaningless non-call in the final minute of their Game 5 loss Sunday night.
The All-Star game is about to begin a Blue Period. As of Monday's update of fan voting, which ends July 2, the American League starting lineup for the July 14 game in Cincinnati would consist of Angels
An Arizona man with terminal brain cancer is determined to spend the rest of his days making people smile — and he’s got 150 unusual ways to do it. Chris Lamb of Tucson, who is partially blind and has