The ESPN FC boys join to discuss whether or not Napoli can take advantage of a sloppy midweek for Juventus and narrow their four-point gap.
President Trump’s recent missile attack in Syria reignites Washington debate on executive, congressional authority regarding U.S. war powers.
The onetime walk-on became a captain at Nevada, where he played offensive tackle. Guard and center appear to be in his NFL future.
From linebackers to quarterbacks, New England has a lot of options to sort through in the early rounds.
After battling injuries over the past two offseasons, Steelers cornerback Joe Haden plans to make up for lost time.
A new report offers more evidence that 20-somethings are worse off financially than their parents
“I honestly think for Sony, it’s probably a better story that North Korea hacked them than someone who just hates them hacked them,” Rogen said
Most people wash their hands several times a day, but drying them could be making them dirtier.
This study started tracking 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938 during the Great Depression.
A woman in divided Taiz province is trying to empower other women and girls to obtain brighter future.
Alexa now lets anyone make voice apps with it’s new Blueprints tool, and it’s perfect for trolling your family.
The so-called dream rotation in Queens is finally a reality, so we judged each pitcher on his early 2018 performance.
Bank shares are being held back by uncertainty over how the Federal Reserve’s stress tests would affect dividends and buybacks.
The Milwaukee Brewers have used Hader in a way that redefines the role of a bullpen ace.
First Minister Carwyn Jones will stand down, saying his family has carried him through “the darkest of times”.
Behind bars for murder in Maine? You can still vote. Convicted of perjury in Mississippi? You might be permanently barred from the ballot box.
Two men have been killed in London, bringing the number of violent deaths in the capital this year to at least 58.
“Smallville” star Allison Mack pleaded not guilty to sex trafficking and charges that she helped recruit women in NXIVM.
DACA students fear Arizona Supreme Court’s ruling to mandate Dreamers no-longer pay cheaper tuition rates may have effectively ended their college education.