Ronda Rousey is the best female MMA fighter in the world.
The Miami Heat outscored the Atlanta Hawks 40-17 in the fourth quarter last night, turning a 73-63 deficit into a 103-90 win.
Jeremy Lin and James Harden had their best game as a pair last night, combining for 75 points in a comeback win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The ocean is still mysterious place, but one thing we know: The Great White shark is a fearsome predator. Why would someone willingly jump into the water with one, as we see freediver Ocean Ramsey do in the video below?
LeBron James got off to a slow start—for him—last night with only seven points in the first quarter as his Miami Heat played the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Sverre Liliequist was recently competing in the Swatch Skiers Cup, a freestyle skiing competition. And during one of his runs, he triggered an avalanche. Instead of panicking, Liliequist actually did a back-flip off of one ridge and then out-raced th
The company that supplied electricity to the Super Bowl says the blackout that halted the big game was caused by a device it installed specially to prevent a power failure.
Cyclist allegedly threatened anyone who told about his drug use.
The day after the 34-minute blackout at the Super Bowl, the exact cause - and who's to blame - were unclear, though a couple of potential culprits had been ruled out.
Auxiliary power kept the playing field from going totally dark, but escalators stopped working and the concourses were only illuminated by small banks of lights tied in to emergency service.
Just because an advertiser wants to shell out $4 million for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial doesn't mean they'll get to play in the big game.
When I think of the Super Bowl, things that come to mind include: chicken wings, nachos, beer, (followed by indigestion), the half-time show, big burly men and derogatory ads about women.
NFL Live predicts the outcome of Super Bowl XLVII.
On a stage in front of hundreds of media, Super Bowl head coaches, Jim and John Harbaugh talked about family, competition and how on Sunday, one of them will be very disappointed.
Around the Super Bowl and its host city with journalists from The Associated Press bringing the flavor and details of everything surrounding the game:
Surfer Garrett McNamara broke another world record by surfing a 100-foot wave in Portugal. In 2011, McNamara surfed a 78-foot wave setting the world record.
So, the Emperor is concerned about violence in football? Men voluntarily getting together to play a rough-and-tumble game troubles him, but killing innocent men, women and children in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and who knows where else;
Who cares if the game is 10 days away? Go Daddy just released its first Super Bowl ad — that's right, not a teaser, but the full first commercial — on YouTube, and it's actually pretty funny.
In the wake of her National Anthem lip synching scandal, it's been revealed that Beyoncé will SING "Crazy in Love" during a solo set to kick off the Super Bowl.
Maryland native Michael Phelps was on the sideline yesterday for the Ravens win over the Patriots in the AFC Championship game.
We are prepared to endow celebrities with fame and glory beyond the hopes of ordinary mortals, but the moment we are done with them, we are done with them.
Here's a wild report from the National Enquirer about Tiger Woods and his ex-wife Elin Nordegren.
The New York Times reports today that one person will be watching Lance Armstrong's Thursday interview on Oprah interview very closely: Thomas Weisel, co-owner of the disgraced cyclist's U.S. Postal Service Team.
Lance Armstrong has finally come clean.
Dave Caldwell, An Executive The Jets Targeted, Says Local Hero Not Welcome
In a play that we don't think has ever been done in the NBA, a kid standing well behind the arc sinks a ridiculous no-look flip shot with time winding down in regulation.
All in all, it was a pretty meh NFL Wild Card weekend.
I will freely admit that Robbie Griffith is much cooler than I was at age 12. For me, a slammin' day in the seventh grade involved consuming Frosted Mini-Wheats while watching Animaniacs. Griffith, on the other hand, prefers to execute flawless tuck-
National Hockey League players and club owners reached the 100th day of the league’s shutdown over money issues Monday with no talks planned and shrinking hope to salvage even a shortened season.
Athletes in the U.S. suffer 3.8 million sports-related concussions each year. While helmet makers dither with small improvements, Swedish scientists have built something that could protect us all.