The NFL says WR Titus Young repeatedly turned down offers for help with his mental condition. Young was recently arrested several times after he was cut by the St. Louis Rams.
Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Wisenhunt thinks QB Phillip Rivers can return to his Pro Bowl form.
Ronde Barber has taken a job with Fox Sports.
David West would like to re-sign with the Pacers.
Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal and Serena Williams all advance at the French Open.
Here are all of Shane Battier's flops to opera.
Calvin Johnson is funding a pro-abstinence movie. I feel the need to include the photo.
An Al-Qaeda magazine attempts to take credit for inspiring the Boston bombers and says lone wolf attacks will continue.
Is After Earth influenced by scientology?
A judge ruled that Google must comply with the FBI and surrender user information to the agency.
A Missouri report shows a racial disparity in traffic stops.
President Obama launches a campaign to reduce the cost of student loans. If he is unsuccessful and Congress can't reach an agreement — which let's face it, isn't going to happen — seven million students will see their federal loan rates double.
Andre 3000 joins Capital Cities for "Farrah Fawcett Hair."