Trump's remarks about Sweden create debate and confusion
Trump put Sweden in the context of countries that had suffered terror attacks.
Late crash allows Joey Logano to claim the Clash at Daytona
Joey Logano won the Clash at Daytona on Sunday, stealing a victory when leader Denny Hamlin and second-place Brad Keselowski wrecked on the final lap.
Cavs' Kyrie Irving on 'Earth is flat' comments: 'I know the science'
All-Star guard Kyrie Irving of the Cavs found it to be "hilarious" that his Earth-is-flat comments caused a stir, saying "I know the science."
Jimmer Fredette scores 73 points in Chinese league game
Former NBA first-round draft pick Jimmer Fredette scored 73 points in a Chinese League game on Sunday.
Race to head DNC tightens as New Hampshire state chair drops out
The Democratic National Committee will elect its new chair next week.
Top Democrat says Trump's calling media 'the enemy' is something 'you hear tin-pot dictators say'
"Not even Nixon went there," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
Adam Silver: Age issue 'needs to be studied' outside CBA negotiations
The issue of one-and-done players remains a hot topic, and while Adam Silver said the age minimum is worth a review, the NBA commissioner added it should be done outside any future CBA talks.
Daniel Webster's Marquise Caudill faces multiple charges from fight
Police have charged basketball player Marquise Caudill of Daniel Webster College and a teammate after a fight that required 25 officers to restore order.
LeBron James: Can't compare me vs. Stephen Curry to classic rivalries
Despite their similarities and Finals clashes the past two seasons, LeBron James says he doesn't view Stephen Curry as a rival.
Mark Melancon ready to lead Giants' new-look pen
After last year's epic bullpen breakdown, the Giants turned the page and signed Mark Melancon to lead a new crew for late-game relief. Will his arrival cure what ailed them?
John Calipari defends Mark Fox, college coaches in postgame rant
Kentucky coach John Calipari came to the defense of Georgia's Mark Fox and others in the college coaching profession following the Wildcats' hard-fought win over the Bulldogs on Saturday night.
'Blind Sheik' linked to 1993 World Trade Center bombing dies in US federal prison
Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman, a blind Egyptian cleric serving a life sentence in the United States for conspiring to blow up New York City landmarks, died Saturday morning.