Here's a look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, Dec. 18.
Hundreds of NFL employees gave records to investigators looking into how Commissioner Roger Goodell handled evidence in the Ray Rice case.
San Francisco released defensive tackle Ray McDonald after he was named a suspect in a sexual assault case.
A judge has halted a $75-million settlement that aimed to end a massive class-action lawsuit.
Fewer people are dying from cancer and heart disease in rich countries and there's a better survival rate in poor countries from tuberculosis and malaria.
Christmas has long been a time ripe for superstitions, tall tales and odd beliefs.
Little is known about how Christmas was celebrated in Colonial times.
Whether popular, corporate, or entitled, "culture" was named word of the year by Merriam-Webster.
Holidays are a time for feasting and Christmas is no different.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, suggesting the labor market continued to strengthen.
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect told a judge that he was satisfied with his lawyers' preparations for the January start of his trial over the deadly 2013 attack.
The credits for "Secret of the Tomb," which opens Friday, read "In loving memory of Mickey Rooney," and "For Robin Williams - the magic never ends."
The "Parks and Rec" star was very, very wrong.
The $44 million raunchy comedy was scheduled to debut on Christmas Day.
The U.S. will restore diplomatic relations with Cuba for the first time in more than a half century.
"Annie" gets an update for the new film version of the classic musical, starring Jamie Foxx and Quvenzhané Wallis.
The boys are back at summer camp and they can't stop singing "Jumper" by Third Eye Blind.