Briles officially out at Baylor after scandal A statement released by the university Friday night said Baylor and Briles "agreed to terminate their employment relationship." The move was effective immediately.
More than $130K raised for teen looking for job The goal was to raise $250 for a lawnmower. The fundraiser has raised a lot more than that.
Az. drops sedative as a lethal-injection drug The state of Arizona has eliminated its use of the sedative midazolam as one of the drugs it relies on in carrying out executions.
Banned from baseball, Reds retire Rose's number More satisfying than hit No. 4,192? In some ways, it is for Pete Rose, who needed more time to get into the Cincinnati Reds' Hall of Fame than it took to set baseball's hits record.
With No. 1 pick, Toronto picks Auston Matthews To a chorus of boos from fans of the Buffalo Sabres, Auston Matthews was selected first overall as the Toronto Maple Leafs' top draft pick.
FTC warns against being scammed again The Federal Trade Commission is urging Americans who have been previously scammed to watch for signs that they are being scammed again
Lawyer seeks plea deal, via accidental text Defense attorney Bob Hinton's text indicated Manziel's legal team was seeking a plea deal with prosecutors, but suggested that could be tricky.
Diamond sales down almost 20 percent Millennial couples are breaking wedding traditions to cut down on costs and personalize their special day.
Bernie Worrell, masterful keyboardist, dies Worrell, who announced in early 2016 that he had stage-four lung cancer, died Friday at age 72.
Freddit Case challenges ethics Is it ethical for Baltimore's top prosecutor, who staked her reputation on charging six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, to keep trying for a conviction?