Welcome to another football Sunday, where the bulk of your NFL action is set to take place. Week 7 got off to an interesting start on Thursday, when the Green Bay Packers defeated the Chicago Bears 26-10 in the latest installment ofShow More Summary
Brett Rypien threw for 442 yards and three touchdowns on Thursday night to propel No. 14 Boise State to a 28-27 win over Brigham Young, ensuring the Broncos would be the first ranked team in Week 8 to hold on to its lofty position with a win. Nineteen other teams on the list in the latest Associated Press poll are in action on Saturday. Show More Summary
Univision news anchor Jorge Ramos used the opportunity of being a guest on CBS's Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Thursday night to criticize Donald Trump's use of the term “bad hombres” during his final debate with Democrat Hillary...Show More Summary
After months of anticipation, Nintendo finally unveiled its new console on Thursday. As expected, the console is unlike anything we've ever seen before from a major console maker, combining the raw power of a home console with "the mobility...Show More Summary
Week Six kicked off on Thursday night with a Packers win and it continues with 13 more games on Sunday, which means that the 26 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely to play and out should be self-explanatory.…
Officials missed a shot clock violation by the Sparks with 1:14 left in the deciding Game 5 Thursday, when Los Angeles beat the Minnesota Lynx, 77-76.
Jesus Cuellar and Abner Mares are fighting, finally, six months after they were originally slated to square off. Promoter Richard Schaefer told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday that the featherweight title tilt will headline a Showtime-televised doubleheader on Dec. 10 from the (...)
Apple is having a press event on Thursday October 27, and you know what that means: New MacBooks! Finally. We’ve been waiting for this MacBook Pro overhaul for years. Read more...
THE THIEF WHO CAME TO DINNER: No happy warriors to be found at Al Smith dinner. The rivals showed up Thursday night at a fabled staging post on the final stretch of presidential campaigns — the Al Smith charity dinner in New York. Smith, the former New York governor and 1928 Democratic presidential nominee, was […]
Things got a little awkward between the two presidential nominees at Thursday night’s Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York. Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump delivered gentle, often uncomfortable, roasts of each...Show More Summary
It takes a Trump supporter: Republican Rep. Brian Babin on Thursday defended Donald Trump calling Hillary Clinton "a nasty woman" at the final presidential debate, saying "sometimes a lady needs to be told when she's being nasty." […] Appearing...Show More Summary
Nintendo finally gave the world a glimpse of what its next gaming system, the Nintendo Switch (formerly known as NX), looks like on Thursday. And it's very weird; it's like nothing we've ever seen, which is the main topic of this week's...Show More Summary
AT&T is in "advanced talks" to acquire media company Time Warner, and a deal could be finalized as early as this weekend, according to The Wall Street Journal. Bloomberg on Thursday said senior executives at AT&T and Time Warner metShow More Summary
Manchester United's Europa League campaign finally emerged from the crushing grasp of mediocrity and an almost existential lack of interest as the Red Devils blasted four goals past Fenerbahce on Thursday night. It was, all in all, a...Show More Summary
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Both candidates tweeted that they won Wednesday’s final presidential debate. Donald Trump promised to rally in Delaware, Ohio Thursday that he would accept the results of the election — if he wins. During her campaign stop for Hillary Clinton in Phoenix, Ariz., Michelle Obama’s response was "You do not keep American democracy in suspense.” … Click to Continue »
Donald Trump told his supporters Thursday that he will accept the results of next month’s election, but only if he wins, the New York Times reports. During the Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton final presidential debate on Wednesday night, the GOP candidate sparked controversy and outrage when he said that he might not accept the... Show More Summary
In the aftermath of the final Presidential debate, this Thursday’s Morning Joe discussed how news headlines circulated surprise and outrage at Donald Trump’s response on accepting the outcome of the election more than any other aspect of the debate that covered a number of social issues as well as economic and foreign policy.
Boise State knocked off BYU 28-27 on Thursday night to remain undefeated and improve to 7-0. In order to get there, however, the Broncos had to survive a bizarre final two minutes that nearly featured a blocked field goal setting upShow More Summary
At first glance, it might appear that quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers fixed what ailed their offense in Thursday's 26-10 win over the Chicago Bears. Rodgers passed for 326 yards and tossed three touchdown passes at Lambeau Field. Show More Summary