Watch the final episode of 'Inside the NFL™' on 2/9 at 9 p.m. to get all the highlights and exclusive commentary - including special on and off the field features - covering Super Bowl 50!
No matter what the decade, these big screen characters were - and still remain - unforgettable. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 memorable movie characters of all time.
Josh Donaldson and the Blue Jays have agreed to a two-year deal totaling nearly $29 million, avoiding arbitration and locking up the reigning AL MVP.
On Super Bowl Sunday while many were watching the game, Seekonk, Massachusetts police officer Keith Perry was out finding shelter and buying groceries for a woman in distress.
Teresa Giudice is opening up about her life in prison for the first time since being released back in December. The reality star said she felt very vulnerable behind bars.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton admitted he's a "sore loser" but defended walking out of a press conference after the Super Bowl, saying he didn't feel like talking to the media after Carolina's 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos
Officials at the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge in Florida temporarily closed a popular tourist spot to give room to 300 manatees sheltering from the cold weather.
The Latest: General Motors, United Auto Workers union plan to donate $3 million to support increased health and education services for Flint children who have been exposed to lead
On the front page of the NY Daily News is a photo of presidential hopeful Donald Trump and the headline, 'Is N.H. smarter than THIS 5th grader?’
A mother in Alaska posted online that she purchased a Happy Meal from McDonalds in 2010 just to see what would happen to the food and six years later her findings have gone viral.
Once a year, thousands of clipboard-toting volunteers fan out across some of the nation's largest cities on a cold winter's night, tasked with a deceptively complex job: to count the number of homeless people on the streets
Across New Hampshire, candidates are engaging in the kind of retail politics that is only possible in a small state: attending luncheons and speaking at town halls, shaking voters’ hands in restaurants, and taking hundreds of selfies.