Tennessee would have paid Ohio State defensive coordinator Greg Schiano nearly $28 million over the life of a contract had he been hired as their next head football coach.
Rurik Jutting, convicted last year of the murder of two women in Hong Kong in a case that made headlines around the world, applied for leave to appeal his conviction on Tuesday in the territory’s High Court.
oday on BBC's Radio 1 Breakfast Show, Selena Gomez confirmed what we all have been hoping for - a new album is on its way. While the superstar did not gift us with the actual release date, she did explain how she loves surprising people - which leads us to believe new music might be dropping soon
Olympian Oscar Pistorius, in jail for murdering his girlfriend, was bruised in an altercation with another inmate over telephone use, a South African prison spokesman confirmed Tuesday.
In his conversation with Greg Jennings, Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe, Cris Carter explains why Antonio Brown who leads the NFL with 99 receptions is not deserving to be the MVP.
A former NFL Network employee has accused several former players and a former high-ranking network executive of sexual harassment, according to court documents obtained by Bloomberg.
As many of you may already know…Southern California has recently been hit hard by several dangerous wildfires. Being that Justin Bieber lives in Los Angeles, these natural disasters have obviously hit close to home. In an effort to step up and help, Justin Bieber posted this video to his Instagram with an idea. And Niall Horan is on board.
No Seahawks or Jaguars will be suspended after four players were flagged for personal fouls and two were ejected at the end of Sunday's game between the teams, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com.
Kevin Spacey was replaced by Christopher Plummer in the upcoming film "All the Money in the World." Now Plummer has been nominated for a Golden Globe.
The Crossover’s Madelyn Burke, DeAntae Prince, and Rohan Nadkarni discuss what Kawhi Leonard's expected return to the lineup means for the Spurs' title hopes.
Keaton Jones is a young boy who has been the victim of relentless bullying by his schoolmates. After posting a video offering strength to those suffering the same treatment, a slew of celebrities came out in support of Keaton with overwhelming responses.