Dave Chappelle announced he is going back on tour. His 13-stop tour is sponsored by Funnyordie.com and packs a loaded lineup including Flight of the Conchords, Al Madrigal and more.
Andrew Wiggins showed off at his first practice at Kansas, with one source who watched the practice saying, "He'd be the No. 1 pick this year."
LeBron's new shoes refer to him as a 2-time Champion.
Russell Westbrook announced "I'm back," after he received permission to ditch his crutches.
The Doc Rivers deal between the Clippers and Celtics is officially dead.
Maurice Jones-Drew is finally able to run after his knee surgery.
David Beckham was offered a tryout with an NFL team last year.
A Gamecock recruit says "You've got to try to fail" classes at USC.
Bryce Harper is set to resume workouts following his knee injury.
Is an actual Facebook phone on the way?
A nationwide study says there are too many teachers that aren't properly prepared by teaching programs in our schools.
The House is expected to pass a bill that would ban all abortions after 20 weeks. The bill has no chance of getting through the Senate.
A study of 150,000 people shows a correlation between red meat and Type II diabetes.
According to a survey in two Southeastern schools, Millennials aren't as conservative as they think.
The US and the Taliban are set to begin discussions to end the Afghan war.
The NSA chief says their spying techniques have stopped 50 potential terrorist attacks including ten domestic plots.
Baby KimYe might have a name.
Just Blaze will exec produce the next Slaughterhouse LP.
Mac Miller discusses his album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, which was released today.
Statik Selektah releases a remix to one of the songs on his album Extended Play, which came out today.