Good Morning: Dennis Rodman Wants Vodka Shots With President Obama And Kim Jong Un

"Everyone knows (President Barack) Obama drinks beer," Rodman said. "But you know what? I'm pretty sure he does have a cocktail here or there. I'd love to see him with a 'Bad Ass Vodka' shot in his hand, toasting to Kim Jong (Un) and me." – Dennis Rodman, discussing his new line of Bad Ass Vodka, which makes it's debut today, and how it can save US-North Korean relations.


The Detroit Tigers traded Prince Fielder to the Texas Rangers for Ian Kinsler.


The Mavs were down 18 with a minute left in the third quarter after D12 put up a season-high 33 points for Houston, but Dirk scored 14 of his season-high of 35 in the fourth quarter and Monta Ellis added 37 points to seal a 123-120 victory at home.


CP3 extended his double-double streak to 12 as the Clippers beat the Timberwolves, 102-98.


Kemba Walker dropped 31 on the Nets as the Bobcats dished out BK's sixth loss in seven games. Bismack Biyombo made it worse by doing this:


Freddie Roach says Manny Pacquiao is looking for revenge after the Rios camp made fun of Roach's Parkinson's disease and kicked him in he stomach.


Reports state Jameis Winston's DNA was found on the potentially sexually abused victim's underwear.


The Cleveland Browns managed to secure $30 million in taxpayer funds to help pay for improvements to the stadium (not the team). 


The NCAA sued EA Sports and the Collegiate Licensing Company because, well, I suppose they have to try something.


Lindsey Vonn has a partially torn ACL and may miss the Olympics.




Chris Brown was ordered back to rehab by a judge.


Eminem landed the cover of Rolling Stone.


Bun B steps into The Backroom.


Jim Jones dropped "Awareness" on Funk Flex.




Six people were killed and eight injured in a rare drone strike over settled parts of Pakistan.


The European Union is working on building an NSA-proof cloud.


Toyota revealed their hydrogen-fueled car.




Timbaland is going nuts with new releases. Here's his second in two days, third in a week.