Governor: 4 Zika cases likely came from Florida mosquitoes
Florida's governor said Friday the state likely has the first cases of Zika transmitted by mosquitoes on the U.S. mainland.
LeSean McCoy on alleged role in bar fight: 'There's no excuses for it'
A candid LeSean McCoy reflected Friday on how his alleged role in a Philadelphia bar fight affected how he approaches his life as a star NFL player.
Attorney Urges DOJ to Investigate North Miami Police Shooting
The July 18 shooting injured an unarmed behavioral therapist.
Derrick Rose's motion to dismiss civil sexual assault case denied
A federal judge denied Derrick Rose's motion for summary judgment in a civil sexual assault case, and a trial date has been set for Oct. 4.
Big airport delays due to delegates, storms
The confluence of the Democratic National Convention letting out Thursday night, and strong storms moving through the region, created a backlog Friday at Philadelphia International Airport.
Cowboys LB Rolando McClain doesn't travel with team to camp
Cowboys linebacker Rolando McClain did not travel with the team on their charter plane to training camp Thursday and faced a Friday reporting time or be subject to a fine.
Donald Trump calls Clinton's DNC speech 'insulting'
Donald Trump's campaign is calling Democrat Hillary Clinton's acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention "an insulting collection of clichés and recycled rhetoric."
Andrew Cashner traded to Marlins, per sources
The Marlins reported trade for right-hander Andrew Cashner comes as the team seeks rotation depth amid a postseason push.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Targeted by Cyber-Attack
"[S]imilar to other recent incidents, including the DNC breach," official says.
Hillary Clinton holds rally at Temple University
One day after accepting the Democratic Party's nomination for president, Hillary Clinton is holding a campaign rally at Temple University.
6 More Michigan Public Workers Charged in Flint Water Crisis
Six current or former state employees have been charged with misconduct and other crimes in the Flint water crisis, bringing to nine the number of public officials facing prosecution over the lead contamination that alarmed parents across the country