Former Texas A&M All-American Antonio Armstrong, wife killed in home
Antonio Armstrong, a first-team All-American in 1994 for Texas A&M, and his wife died Friday after being shot in their home. An unidentified juvenile is in custody and faces murder charges.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. tweets, 'Docs preaching patience'
As Dale Earnhardt Jr. continues treatment for concussion-type symptoms, he indicated Saturday that his return to racing is not imminent.
England Warns Pregnant Women Against Florida Travel
The nation's public health agency updated its travel advice today.
Willie Young adds two years to contract, per source
Bears outside linebacker Willie Young has agreed to a two-year contract extension through 2018, a source told ESPN.
Mystery mower carves 'Trump' into Texas lawn
A Baytown neighborhood in Texas is all abuzz about who might have mowed the word "Trump" into a neighbor's front yard.
3 killed in party shooting in small Washington town
Officials say a shooting at a suburban Seattle home has left three people dead and another person hurt, and that a suspect is in custody.
Man arrested after fatally striking person in North Hills, leading police chase
An arrest was made in a deadly hit-and-run in North Hills that turned into a brief police chase early Saturday, police said.
The NSA Is Likely 'Hacking Back' Russia's Cyber Squads
Head of NSA's elite hacking squad says they infiltrate other hackers' networks.
Rim protector JaVale McGee to be part of Warriors training camp
Sources said the Warriors will sign JaVale McGee to a make-good contract for the chance to make their 15-man roster in October.
Texas A&M suspends 2 assistant coaches over slide show, apologizes
Texas A&M has suspended two assistant football coaches for two weeks without pay over a fundraiser presentation Thursday that included comments offensive to women.
The Secret to Maine's Thriving Lobsters
Why is the crustacean off Maine's coast considered especially delicious?
Appeals Court: North Carolina Voter ID Law Unconstitutional
A federal appeals court says a North Carolina law targeted minorities with tougher ballot-access rules like requiring photo identification to vote, adding a new partisan flashpoint in a swing state with a raft of hotly contested elections