Comet lander conks out
After an improbable 10-year, 310-million-mile journey to become the first ever space vehicle to make a soft landing on a comet, the Philae probe may have ended its mission prematurely.
One of the last 9/11 search dogs
Search and rescue dogs that responded to the 9/11 attacks are dwindling. Bretagne is one of them. And she trained at a place called Disaster City.
Separated at birth, reunited online
Anais Bordier and Samantha Futerman have the same laugh and the same freckled cheeks. They wear their hair the same way and have since they were babies. They share a hatred of cooked carrots, a love of the same color nail polish and the need to sleep 10 hours a day.
Was mental illness his only crime?
Blaec Lammers will spend the prime of his life in prison. His mother believes her son's only crime was being diagnosed with a mental illness.
Paraplegic groom's first-dance
Joey Johnson, a paraplegic, surprised his wife on their wedding day with a contraption that let him stand for their first dance.
Source: Peterson's season over after ruling
Arbitrator Shyam Das has ruled in favor of the NFL on Tuesday evening, saying the league can keep Adrian Peterson on the commissioner's exempt list, effectively ending any chance the Minnesota Vikings running back will play again this season.
Algieri makes weight for Pacquiao on 2nd try
Welterweight titlist Manny Pacquiao easily made weight for his title defense against Chris Algieri, but Algieri needed a second attempt after weighing in .2 pounds over weight.
Sources: White Sox snag LaRoche for $25M
The Chicago White Sox snagged the lefty-hitting run producer they were looking for by agreeing to a two-year, $25 million deal with Adam LaRoche on Friday, sources confirmed to ESPN.
Miss. St. suspends safety Cox after arrest
Mississippi State has indefinitely suspended Justin Cox after the senior safety was arrested on charges of aggravated domestic violence and suspicion of burglary early Friday morning.
Jackets' Johnson bankrupt, blames parents
Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and, according to a Columbus Dispatch report, claims that his parents are responsible for helping lead him "financially astray."