A Look at the Toxic Chemical That Forced Thousands to Evac Near Train Fire
The chemical being transported in the train that derailed and caught fire in Tennessee is called "vinyl cyandide," which has vapors that explode when exposed to fire.
Sharks hire two coaching assistants
The San Jose Sharks have hired Bob Boughner as an assistant coach and Johan Hedberg as goaltending coach for Peter DeBoer's new staff.
Phillies place Aaron Harang on DL with foot injury
The Philadelphia Phillies have placed right-hander Aaron Harang on the 15-day disabled list because of a foot injury.
Astros' George Springer suffers broken right wrist
Astros outfielder George Springer has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a broken right wrist after getting hit by a pitch.
Marijuana-laced gummy bears seized in New Jersey drug raid
Seven people are facing criminal charges stemming from a sweeping drug raid in West Windsor Township.
Jets' Sheldon Richardson suspended four games by NFL
The NFL suspended New York Jets defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson for the first four games of the season on Thursday for a violation of the league's substance abuse policy.
Tim Duncan confirms he'll return for his 19th NBA season
Tim Duncan confirmed Thursday he'll return for a 19th season with the San Antonio Spurs to chase his sixth NBA championship ring.
Man arrested in fatal shooting in Port Richmond
Police have arrested a man after a deadly shooting in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia.
Jose Fernandez allows seven hits, three runs against Giants
Jose Fernandez returned to the Miami Marlins rotation Thursday after Tommy John elbow surgery and a nearly 14-month recovery process.
PHOTOS: Suspects in West Windsor drug raid
Authorities have released images of six of the seven people charged in connection with a drug raid in southern New Jersey.
Greg Monroe chooses maximum deal with Bucks
The Milwaukee Bucks got bigger Thursday, agreeing to terms with free-agent center Greg Monroe, agent David Falk said.
Braxton Miller affirms plan to stay at Ohio State, source says
Braxton Miller has affirmed his plan to stay at Ohio State and will continue to focus on rehabilitation and recovery from shoulder surgery, a source close to the quarterback told ESPN.