Bears giving Jimmy Clausen start
The Chicago Bears plan to start Jimmy Clausen at quarterback this week over Jay Cutler, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
US Says North Korea Responsible for Sony Hack
The federal government has determined that North Korea is responsible for the hacking of computers at Sony Pictures Entertainment, ABC News has learned.
Jim Harbaugh 'considering' Michigan
Multiple NFL and Michigan sources had said for weeks that Jim Harbaugh was not expected to wind up at Michigan, but in recent days at least one person familiar with his thinking said he was at least "considering it," a source told ESPN's
Obamas on Race: We've Been Treated Like the Help
Barack and Michelle Obama are speaking out about their first-hand experience with racial bias in everyday American life.
AP source: US investigators link NKorea to Sony hacking,, 'The Interview' release canceled
Under the threat of terrorist attacks from hackers and with the nation's largest multiplex chains pulling the film from its screens, Sony Pictures Entertainment took the unprecedented step of canceling the Dec. 25 release of the "The Interview."
Exclusive: Obama Doesn't Rule Out Cuba Visit
Marking an abrupt sea change in U.S. policy toward Cuba, President Obama said today he is open to visiting the communist Caribbean country before he leaves office.
AccuWeather: Colder Air Moving In
Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says, after two days of temperatures in the 50s, more seasonable air is returning.
Tom Wolf on PA's $2B deficit
Pennsylvania Governor-elect Tom Wolf says the state has a problem, a nearly $2-billion deficit that's getting bigger every day.
Obama: US re-establishing relations with Cuba
President Barack Obama announced the re-establishment of diplomatic relations and an easing in economic and travel restrictions on Cuba Wednesday.
Local reaction to plan to normalize US, Cuba relations
It was a dramatic turning of the page Wednesday in relations between the United States and Cuba.
Obama Describes 'Substantive,' Blunt Conversation With Cuba's Raul Castro
President Obama says his history-making 45-minute phone call with President Raul Castro of Cuba was "substantive" and blunt as it charted a new course for relations.