Former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre was honored at Lambeau Field Thursday when the franchise unveiled his name and number on the facade of the stadium where he played for 16 seasons.
The Cowboys had little to give thanks for on Thanksgiving, losing 33-14 to the Panthers and seeing quarterback Tony Romo reinjure his left clavicle just two weeks after returning from his previous clavicle injury.
On the eve of the Apple Cup, Washington signed head coach Chris Petersen to a two-year contract extension that will keep him at the school through the 2020 season.
Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel was benched and demoted partly because he lied to his team about when his controversial video was taken.
Following his team's 26th consecutive loss, Philadelphia 76ers rookie forward and former Duke standout Jahlil Okafor got in a physical altercation with a fan who taunted him.
LeBron James and James Jones called a players-only meeting Wednesday after the Cavaliers' loss to the Raptors, criticizing their teammates style of play.
Officers exchanged gunfire with a gunman in the Planned Parenthood building and at least four officers were injured, police say. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Major League Baseball has been in advance negotiations with the operators of Olympic Stadium to host games in London as soon as 2017, according to Ben Rumsby of the Telegraph.
Swiss video journalist Kurt Pelda shows dramatic images of what he believes to be evidence of cluster munitions in Syria. He is one of the few who have gotten inside Aleppo since the beginning of the Russian intervention.
The Cal Bears are bowl-eligible after it was determined that their win over Grambling State will count as a sixth FBS-approved victory, the school announced Wednesday.
Pro football Hall of Famer Frank Gifford, who died in August, suffered from Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), a concussion-related brain disease, his family said in a statementÃÂ Wednesday.
Adam Sandler has updated the unofficial anthem for those "eight crazy nights" with a new installment of "The Chanukah Song." The comedian's fourth version of the holiday classic features a whole new crop of Jewish celebrities, including Drake and Seth Rogan and Adam Levine. "Joseph Gordon-Levitt enjoys eating kugel. So does Stan Lee, Jake Gyllenhaal, and the two guys who founded Google," he sang. Sandler names an additional 13 famous Jewish people in the newest version of the song.