US 'Mistakenly Struck' Kunduz Hospital, Gen. Says
Gen. John Campbell testifies before Congress today.
RB Karlos Williams has concussion; Bills sign Dan Herron
Bills running back Karlos Williams suffered a concussion in Sunday's loss to the Giants and is considered day-to-day heading into Week 5 against the Titans, GM Doug Whaley said.
Subtle warning signs seen in Baltimore for Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia
There were subtle warning signs that New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia's drinking may have been reaching a crisis point last weekend in Baltimore.
Mets GM says Matt Harvey absence from workout unexcused
New York Mets ace Matt Harvey missed a mandatory team workout Tuesday at Citi Field, general manager Sandy Alderson said. Harvey's absence was not excused.
Where Democratic Candidates Agree and Disagree on Gun Control
Gun control will likely take center stage at the first Democratic debate.
UCLA coach Jim Mora believes Myles Jack's decision risky
UCLA junior linebacker Myles Jack has withdrawn from school and will enter the NFL draft, making the decision just weeks after suffering a season-ending knee injury.
South Carolina Flooding: Inside the Aftermath
The state is "still in prayer mode," Gov. Nikki Haley said.
Farmer's pumpkin cannon launches jack-o-lanterns almost a mile through the air
A farmer in Washington state thinks the best thing to do with a pumpkin, carved or not, is shoot it out of a cannon.
Dedicated elementary school teacher walks students home from school every day
Meet Carl Schneider, a special education teacher at Whitney Achievement Elementary School in Memphis, Tenn., who walks students home each day from school.
Rescued raccoon living the high life between dog, human worlds
Pumpkin the raccoon is enjoying life from the perspective of both man and man's best friend.
Former Top UN Official Accused in Chinese Bribery Investigation
Six people arrested, linked to Chinese businessman bearing millions in cash.