Comet lander conks out
After an improbable 10-year, 310-million-mile journey to become the first ever space vehicle to make a soft landing on a comet, the Philae probe may have ended its mission prematurely.
One of the last 9/11 search dogs
Search and rescue dogs that responded to the 9/11 attacks are dwindling. Bretagne is one of them. And she trained at a place called Disaster City.
Separated at birth, reunited online
Anais Bordier and Samantha Futerman have the same laugh and the same freckled cheeks. They wear their hair the same way and have since they were babies. They share a hatred of cooked carrots, a love of the same color nail polish and the need to sleep 10 hours a day.
Was mental illness his only crime?
Blaec Lammers will spend the prime of his life in prison. His mother believes her son's only crime was being diagnosed with a mental illness.
Paraplegic groom's first-dance
Joey Johnson, a paraplegic, surprised his wife on their wedding day with a contraption that let him stand for their first dance.
Gruden: 'Clock's ticking' on struggling RG III
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden delivered some of his most pointed comments yet about Robert Griffin III, telling NFL.com earlier this week that it's time for the third-year quarterback to elevate his play.
Report: Boston, Ramirez finalizing $90M deal
The Boston Red Sox have reportedly come to terms with Hanley Ramirez on what is expected to be in the range of a five-year, $90 million agreement, FoxSports.com reported Sunday.
Source: Bills expect to play at home Sunday
The Buffalo Bills, forced to play a neutral-site game this week due to a severe winter storm, are "highly optimistic" that they will be able to host Sunday's home game against Cleveland, one team official told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
UNC celebration damages Duke locker room
North Carolina players caused extensive damage to Duke's visiting locker room at Wallace Wade Stadium due to spray painting after their 45-20 win over the Blue Devils last week.
ACC rules Winston's ref bump 'insignificant'
The contact between Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston and an official in Saturday's Boston College game was "incidental and insignificant" and did not warrant an unsportsmanlike penalty, said the ACC's coordinator of officials.
Saints' Benson pledges $11 million to HOF
New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson has pledged $11 million to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the largest contribution by any individual in the Hall's 51-year history,
Soviet-era hockey coach Tikhonov dies at 84
Viktor Tikhonov, the Soviet hockey coach whose teams won three Olympic gold medals but fell to the United States in the "Miracle on Ice," died after a long illness. He was 84.
Kentucky mauls Montana St. for 58-point win
Devin Booker scored a career-best 18 points, Aaron Harrison added 14 and No. 1 Kentucky held Montana State scoreless for several stretches Sunday night to race to an 86-28 victory.
Cowboys rally from 11 down to stop Giants
Tony Romo upstaged Odell Beckham Jr.'s jaw-dropping one-handed touchdown catch with two third quarter touchdown passes to give the Dallas Cowboys a 24-21 lead over the New York Giants heading into the fourth quarter Sunday night.
Jets-Bills tickets won't bring a profit online
Opportunists looking to make a buck off Jets-Bills tickets obtained for free are going to have a harder time than they thought, now that online ticket vendors have decided not to allow sales, Darren Rovell writes.