The San Francisco 49ers stomped the Chicago Bears last night, with both teams starting backup quarterbacks. 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick had an incredible performance and may have earned the starting job.
KD notched his first career triple-double last night, with 25, 13 and 10, to lead the Thunder over the Warriors.
Loren G. “Sam” Lickteig, a Kansas City man, passed away of complications from MS and heartbreaking disappointment caused by the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Clips won their fifth in a row, this one a 101-80 beatdown of the Bulls inspired by Blake Griffin's double-double.
Maryland has agreed to join the Big Ten and Rutgers appears set to join them.
Boise, San Diego State and BYU may also be on the move.
The Brooklyn Nets forgot to secure Nets.com when they left for BK, and Knicks fans took advantage.
David Beckham says the MLS Cup will be his final game for the LA Galaxy.
Georgetown spoiled Shabazz Muhammed's debut for UCLA.
KD may have earned a triple-double, but Russell Westbrook stole the show.
Nicki Minaj took over 106 & Park yesterday
And dropped a new video
Ja Rule is set to be released from jail in February.
TMZ put out an unreleased track between Paris Hilton and Lil' Wayne.
R. Kelly is bringing “Trapped in the Closet” to Broadway.
Gawker received a transmission from a hostage on the Rihannaplane.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Hillary Clinton and other delegates arrived in Israel yesterday in an effort to encourage peace talks.
Four men from So Cal are charged with plotting to join Al Qaeda.
Some assholes broke into the Boise Zoo and left a monkey dead.
The GOP have a misguided crusade against Susan Rice.
It's Joe Biden's birthday! Here are TIME's top-ten Biden moments.
You just knew Gloria Allred would somehow get involved in the Petraeus scandal.
EVERYTHING I AM
Should people develop land on the New York/New Jersey coastlines? An interesting debate between government-subsidized flood insurance and personal responsibility.
GOTTA HAVE IT
Wiz Khalifa is out here workin' these days. Two new tracks from the Pittsburgh native, “Gone” with fellow TGOD member Juicy J, and an appearance on Fashawn's “Medicine Man”.