Both sides mum after latest NFL bargaining session

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith spent about 1 hour, 40 minutes working on a new collective bargaining agreement Thursday, then left without saying a word.

SeaWorld says whale grabbed ponytail, pulled trainer into tank

Whale shows at SeaWorld were canceled Thursday, and officials were re-evaluating safety procedures a day after a 12,000 pound killer whale grabbed a trainer's ponytail, dragged her under water and killed her in fron

Back to Cleveland? Wizards buy out, waive Ilgauskas

The Washington Wizards bought out the contract of center Zydrunas Ilgauskas and waived him, the team announced on Thursday. <

Surprise winner in women's GS; Mancuso finishes 8th

Unheralded Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany has taken a surprise victory in the Olympic giant slalom, with the first-run leaders slowed by dense fog.

'Explicit' category rumoured to be coming to App Store

Apple is thought to be considering introducing a new category to its App Store, as the row over 'overtly sexual' apps rumbles on.

PETA searching for advertiser for new Tiger billboard

The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is searching for an advertiser for a new billboard they've developed, using Woods' recent troubles to send a message about controlling the pet population.

Banks apply pressure to keep fees rolling In

For many households trying to improve their finances, tossing out pitches from the bank has become almost automatic.

Business closes after lack of development

LAFAYETTE - After 13 years in business and 11 years as the center of the downtown artwalk, the Jefferson Street Market is closing. Owners blame the closing on a lack of development in the area.