Novak Djokovic wins Australian Open
Novak Djokovic won his fifth Australian Open title and extended Andy Murray's misery at Melbourne Park by beating the Scotsman 7-6 (5), 6-7 (4), 6-3, 6-0 in the final Sunday.
Why Even Vaccinated People Can Catch Measles
A measles outbreak that started last December has infected at least 84 people in 14 states, including at least 5 people who were immunized against the virus.
Law Enforcement Puts on Its Game Face for Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is supposed to be about fun and games, but law enforcement is planning for every possible security scenario.
Super Bowl XLIX Facts You Need to Know
The Pats don't have a good history at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
Aaron Rodgers named NFL MVP
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was named the NFL MVP on Saturday night.
Silva returns, decisions Nick Diaz
Anderson Silva returned from a horrific leg injury to earn a unanimous decision over Nick Diaz in the UFC 183 main event Saturday.
Knee woes plaguing Dwight Howard
The Houston Rockets are bracing for the loss of Dwight Howard for at least a month due to persistent trouble with his right knee, according to league sources.
Vegas books move lines to pick 'em
Big, influential money on the Seattle Seahawks showed up on Saturday in Las Vegas, causing sportsbooks to adjust the Super Bowl point spread heading into game day.
Briante Weber tears ACL, MCL
VCU guard Briante Weber suffered a torn ACL, MCL and meniscus during the closing minutes of the Rams' game against Richmond on Saturday and his collegiate career is over, school spokesman Scott Day announced late Saturday night.
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Kevin Love booed in return
The Minnesota Timberwolves' promotional video "#TheReturn," a spoof of the Cleveland Cavaliers' visit being all about Mike Miller's return to the Target Center rather than Kevin Love's, was meant to be a joke, but Flip Saunders isn't laughing.
J.J. Watt receives all 50 votes
NFL Defensive Player Of The Year J.J. Watt is a unanimous selection as The Associated Press NFL Defensive Player Of The Year for 2014.