Why US Authorities Are Investigating FIFA
Soccer, the world's most popular sport, may not be the biggest game in America, but the U.S. Department of Justice wants to "send a message that enough is enough."
Duggar reality show in trouble as advertisers pull commercials
The Duggar family reality show "19 Kids and Counting" is in trouble as advertisers pull their commercials in the wake of admissions that Josh Duggar molested underage girls.
Police: Drunk teacher removed from Pa. high school
State police plan to charge a central Pennsylvania high school teacher who was found to be drunk and possessing booze in class.
Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka advance at French Open
Normally composed Roger Federer lost his cool after a series of missed backhands, but still advanced to the third round of the French Open.
NBA officials: No additional penalty for Dwight Howard foul on Andrew Bogut
After review, the NBA elected not to suspend Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard for Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, the league announced Tuesday.
Fuel leak causes flight delay at Philadelphia International Airport
Officials say a fuel leak caused the delay of an American Airlines flight at Philadelphia International Airport on Wednesday morning.
Trenton slaughterhouse ticketed after cow escape
Animal control officers have ticketed a Trenton slaughterhouse for creating a public nuisance after a cow escaped.
Warriors, Rockets jolted and primed for complete Game 5
Houston thrives on the edge, and Golden State got a wake-up call with Stephen Curry's spill. Will it all add up to a performance worthy of the West finals?
Video released of South Philadelphia sex assault suspect
Philadelphia police have released surveillance video of the man wanted for sexually assaulting a woman inside her home early Monday morning in South Philadelphia.
Prosecutors oppose moving US Sen. Menendez's corruption case
Federal prosecutors are opposed to moving U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez's corruption case from New Jersey to Washington.
Police: US airman shoots Wal-Mart workers, kills self
A U.S. airman "with no apparent motive" walked into a Wal-Mart Supercenter in North Dakota early Tuesday and opened fire with a handgun, killing one worker and injuring a second before turning the gun on himself, police said.
1,700 words added to dictionary
Photobomb, NSFW, not safe for work, meme, emoji and jeggings are officially now part of the English Language.