Roddick apologizes for berating chair umpire

Andy Roddick acknowledged he wasn't "100 percent right" for berating a chair umpire with a stream of expletives at the Australian Open.

Dems' Massachusetts loss clouds Pelosi's future

Washington - — If the late Edward Kennedy's Massachusetts Senate seat isn't safe for Democrats, is Nancy Pelosi's speakership of the House safe?

Leach lawsuit vs. Texas Tech can go forward

A judge has ruled fired Texas Tech coach Mike Leach's lawsuit against the university can go forward but not as quickly as his attorneys wanted.

AT&T and Verizon battle for customers

Verizon and AT&T, the two largest cell phone carriers in the U.S. are gearing up for a price war over cell phone service fees.

Injured Brady is 3rd Patriot to drop out of Pro Bowl

Tom Brady has pulled out of the Pro Bowl after a season in which he played with rib and finger injuries.

MVP? It's debatable between Kobe, LeBron

We ask the candidates to make their case in the inevitable Kobe vs. LeBron MVP vote.

Ogilvy hopes Tiger can keep circus away

A fellow golfer asks Tiger to help avoid a media circus wen he returns.

Henin already looks a lot like her old self

Justine Henin shows flashes of her old form in a rousing Aussie Open upset on Day 3.