Attorneys for Donald Sterling told a probate court judge on Monday that the Los Angeles Clippers co-owner had been duped into taking medical examinations that determined he lacked the mental capacity to have a say in the $2 billion sale of his team.
A's Coco Crisp clinches victory over Red Sox with his second game-winning hit of the season, Cardinal's Matt Holiday breaks eighth-inning tie with a double, and Indians' Matt Swisher triumphs with a grand slam.
Aaron Hernandez's lawyers said he should be moved to a jail closer to Boston in part for safety reasons. Hernandez is being held at the Bristol County Jail, where he has had run-ins with both officers and other inmates
Hope Solo was arrested at her home in suburban Seattle Saturday for assaulting her sister and nephew, according to police. Hope Solo is the goalkeeper for the US women's soccer team and the Seattle Reign.
The parents of the first three victims of Elliot Rodger's rampage in Santa Barbara say they're frustrated by authorities' handling of the case. In a joint interview, the parents criticized the Santa Barbara Sheriff's department for not telling them how they believe the killings were carried out.
Karen Sykes, a well-known Seattle-based hiker and writer, disappeared Wednesday on a hike in Mount Rainer National Park. Sykes has survival gear to camp overnight in an emergency, says a Park official.
Scott Walker, facing accusations of criminal activity in campaign fundraising, received a call of support Friday from Chris Christie – another embattled Republican governor and potential presidential candidate.
Jeremy Meeks, arrested on felony weapons charges, has attracted more than 33,000 Facebook 'likes' for his mug shot and drawn comments praising his high cheek bones, chiseled face, and striking blue eyes.
Diet Queen fined: Nikki Haskell and her defunct company, Balanced Health Products, were fined after a steroid-masking agent was found in diet supplements her company sold. Several NFL players were suspended for using StarCaps supplements.
Judge Robert Wilkins ruled in favor of the government's position that Armstrong and associates owed an obligation to pay money due to the alleged breach of the sponsorship agreements with the Postal Service.