The Dallas Mavericks landed point guard Rajon Rondo in a trade with the Boston Celtics.
Jordan Todman produced a 62-yard touchdown run to help Jacksonville beat Tennessee.
The former heavyweight boxer, who famously defeated by Muhammad Ali, has died.
The AKC now recognizes 184 breeds of dogs.
The White House released a draft of its plan to tie federal aid to performance as a way to coax institutions to improve.
Leaked emails show some Sony execs thought the $44 million comedy would have been a "flop."
The first-ever awards show honored the year's best in entertainment.
Stephen Colbert bid farewell with the help of scores of celebrities in a rousing sendoff to the tune of "We'll Meet Again."
The White House acknowledged that the devastating strike against the Hollywood studio is a matter of national security.
With the U.S. agreeing to restore diplomatic ties, Cuba's communist government may not be able to blame its old Cold War nemesis so readily.
A look at the celebrities and notable people we lost this year.
A 62-year-old Northeast Side woman was in the hospital with life-threatening injuries after being shot during a home invasion-style robbery Thursday evening.
Authorities say a man who escaped from a central Ohio prison more than 22 years ago has been arrested in Indiana.
Gov. John Kasich says he's all for Ohio State, but don't expect him to move his inauguration events if the football team makes it to the national championship game.
Eric Fehr scored 42 seconds into overtime to lead Washington to a 5-4 victory over Columbus on Thursday night, extending the Capitals' point streak to seven games and snapping the Blue Jackets' winning streak at seven.
For children, waiting for Christmas is filled with wonder and fun.
A look back at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, suggesting the labor market continued to strengthen.
The Boston Marathon bombing suspect told a judge that he was satisfied with his lawyers' preparations for the January start of his trial over the deadly 2013 attack.
The credits for "Secret of the Tomb," which opens Friday, read "In loving memory of Mickey Rooney," and "For Robin Williams - the magic never ends."