The usual suspects were named to the All-NBA teams Thursday. But there are some new faces who were picked for the league's select squads.
LeBron James is considered by many to be the most physically dominant player in the NBA. How will the remaining teams in the playoffs bridge the talent gap?
Anna Kendrick's satirical reboot of 'Indiana Jones' for NBC's Red Nose Day celebration pokes fun at the backlash to gender-flipping revivals of hit films, such as 'Ghostbusters.'
Atheist activist Michael Newdow plans to have the phrase ‘In God We Trust’ removed from US bills and coins by invoking the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in his lawsuits.
After a lot of back and forth posturing, the New England Patriots have dropped their appeal of their "Deflategate" punishments. Were both sides actually ready to go to court?
In an era of VCRs, personal computers, and cable TV, Letterman brought a different kind of humor to the late night scene – ironic, self-conscious, and embracing of awkwardness.
A shootout between two rival biker gangs in Waco, Texas on Sunday has produced 170 suspects, each with a bond set at $1 million by the county judge.
This morning Wal-Mart announced a 7-percent drop in profit in the first quarter of 2015, falling short of Wall Street's predictions and raising questions about the health of consumer spending.
For many climbers, Mr. Potter was a hero who was constantly innovating and pushing boundaries. But in a GoPro age others worry about inexperienced imitators.
Dean Potter and Graham Hunt died Saturday after jumping from a cliff wearing wingsuits in Yosemite National Park. What happened?
David Leix wore his grandfathers tartan kilt for a "Praise Prom," a Christian alternative prom for homeschoolers. But he was told boys must wear pants.
A New York tourist, who stumbled backward into the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, was safely rescued Monday.
Amtrak service from Washington to Boston resumed Monday morning for the first time in almost a week following a deadly crash in Philadelphia.
The 16-year-old girl from Taiwan suffered serious - but not life-threatening - injuries. Last week, Yellowstone tourists were chased by a mother black bear.
The FBI is now looking at reports that more than one Amtrak train was hit by a projectile shortly before the Amtrak crash in Philadelphia.
Preakness Stakes 2015: Derby winner American Pharoah won't have as many challengers Saturday as he goes for the second jewel in horse racing's Triple Crown.
The influence of Riley King, who died in Las Vegas Thursday evening, spanned more than six decades and helped make the electric guitar the nearly de facto instrument for popular music since the 1950s.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Thursday night he would hear the appeal of the Patriots quarterback personally. The players union also questions whether NFL executive Troy Vincent should have been involved in the penalty phase.
'Mad Max: Fury Road' has garnered near universal raves from critics – and calls for boycotts.
In Panama City Beach, Fla., leaders have voted to ban drinking on the the beach during Spring Break.
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