- New commissioner Mike Aresco looks to bring stability to the Big East. The conference will look at lot different in the next couple of years with schools like Syracuse, Pittsburgh and West Virginia headed elsewhere.
- Here's your chance to be the first person on the block to hear Taylor Swift's new single, 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" off her forthcoming album "Red." She played the tearjerker of a tune for the first time during a live online chat and concert Monday evening.
- Taylor Swift finally let her fans know about her upcoming album on Monday, showing off the cover art, announcing that it will include 16 new tracks, will hit stores Oct. 22, 2012, and will be titled "Red."
- The World’s Longest Yard Sale gave bargain hunters steals and deals on knick knacks and surprise treasures since for four days, with 690 miles of bargains that stretches down the U.S. 127 highway from Addison, Mich., to Gadsden, Ala.
- O.J. Murdock, a Tennessee Titans reciever, committed suicide on Monday but he isn't the only football player in recent years.
O.J. Murdock, Tennnesee Titans Wide Receiver, Dies At 25 After Apparently Committing Suicide In Tampa [PHOTO]Tennessee Titans receiver O.J Murdock, 25, died Monday morning in Tampa after apparently committing suicide by shooting himself while sitting inside his car in front of Middleton High School, according to the Tampa Police Department.
- In the first half of this year, 15 states managed to pass almost 40 laws that restrict women's reproductive rights.
- The Kalashnikov is a modern icon - one that's responsible for uncountable deaths, possibly including those in the Colorado massacre. It's cheap, it's plentiful, and in the middle of America, pretty easy to find
Tennessee Titans News: Will Jake Locker Replace Matt Hasselbeck At Starting Quarterback This Season?Who will be the Titans starting quarterback in 2012?
- The All-Star defenseman signed a 14-year, $110 million deal with the Philadelphia Flyers Wednesday. If The Nashville Predators let him walk the franchise will be in big trouble.
- A New York-based advocacy group found that nearly 40 laws enacted across 15 states this year have the potential to restrict women's access to reproductive health care, nearly 40 years after the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Roe v. Wade made the controversial procedure legal.
- The Patriots defense will be much improved in 2012
- The “Halo” franchise is known as one of the most iconic video game titles for the Xbox gaming console, but for some it’s more than a video game. The renowned franchise acted as a matchmaker for a Texas woman and a Tennessee man.
- The owner of the bar and restaurant chain Bikinis has purchased a ghost town from Craigslist and aims to rename it and rebrand it into a hip and popular tourist destination.
- The former New York Knick beat out Robert Griffin III, Rob Gronkowski, and others en route to his first ESPN honor.
- Here's all you need to know about the ESPY Awards 2012, including a breakdown of nominees, a livestream, a preview, award winners and more.
Eva Cameron Abandons Mentally Disabled Daughter, Lynn Cameron, In Bar And Refuses To Take Her Back [VIDEO]An Illinois mother drove to Tennessee where she dropped her mentally disabled teenage daughter in a bar and refused to take her back when authorities contacted her.
- [EMBARGO 5PM] The company that makes OxyContin altered the formula for the painkiller back in 2010 to deter people from abusing the drug. But many users are just changing their habit instead of kicking it, according to new data.
- Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and the Shah of Iran were solidly supported by the U.S., Israel, and Western Europe -- a scenario that outraged much of the populace in each country and exacerbated festering resentments.