A look at the biggest stories and best photography in sports this week.
Tony Stewart will return to racing this weekend at the Atlanta Motor Speedway for the first time since he struck and killed a young racer at a dirt track earlier this month.
Four-times European Tour winner Paul McGinley won the Ryder Cup in 2002 but Phillip Price says next month's matches at Gleneagles could end up defining his career.
Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic were forced to take a backseat to 15-year-old Catherine Bellis, who hogged the Flushing Meadows limelight once again.
The famous "ice bucket" challenge is inspiring thousands of Indians to follow suit, but with a twist - they are replacing ice with rice to help the country's hungry people.
HP is recalling 6 million power cords for overheating and the deaths of two children have prompted the recall of bean bag chairs.
The streets are awash with red pulp as thousands of people pelt each other with tomatoes in the annual "Tomatina" battle.
Phones will be required to come with a "kill switch" to render them useless if lost or stolen in an effort to stem an epidemic of theft.
Once teens have tried e-cigarettes they are more inclined to give regular cigarettes a try, U.S. researchers say.
The recent marathon of all 552 episodes of "The Simpsons" inspired us to sit down and come up with our 10 favorite episodes. Enjoy!
A look at the week's biggest newsmakers and the stories you won't soon forget.
The "Girls" and "House of Cards" actresses saw stars of their own after an accident at a Venice premiere.
While you take your three day weekend, remember those who struggled to get Friday and Saturday off.
Drug-selling charges against a friend of late film star Philip Seymour Hoffman have been dropped after officers neglected to read the suspect his Miranda rights.
The Academy announces the recipients of this year's Governors Awards. See who made the list!
Iron Man's Robert Downey Jr. flies past his own ego with claims that this summer's "Guardians of the Galaxy" is the Marvel movie to beat.