Canseco to Sue MLB and Union for Steroids Backlash

Jose Canseco plans to file a class-action lawsuit against Major League Baseball and the players’ association, saying he’s been ostracized for going public with his stories of steroids use.

Rumors of Infidelity Surround Billy Joel, Katie Lee Split

Could Billy Joel's estranged wife's relationship with a hot young fashion designer have ended her marriage to the Piano Man?

Teen Sentenced for Dragging Boy in Noose

An Ohio teenager accused of putting a noose around a Hispanic boy's neck and dragging him in a parking lot while shouting racial slurs has been sentenced to 10 days in jail.

Web Searches on Celebs, Lyrics Return Viruses

Michael Phelps may have conquered the 2008 Olympics, but he might also be destroying students’ computers.

Woods' U.S. Open Title Defense Starts With Adventure

Tiger Woods' defense of the U.S. Open championship started with an adventure.

Pop Tarts: Jessica Simpson Fragrance Inspired by Tony Romo?

It seems the new scent from Jessica Simpson was inspired by her ever-evolving relationship with NFL star Tony Romo.

Dad: I Didn't Kidnap Son Who Claims to Be Missing Boy

The father of a Michigan man who believes he was snatched from his real parents in New York half a century ago called the speculation 'a bunch of foolishness.'

Climate Report: U.K. Could Soon Look Like Spain

British summers could soon be like those in the drought-ridden Mediterranean, and the winters characterized by severe flooding, according to a new report on climate change.

NASA Heads Back to the Moon for First Time in Decade

NASA launched its first moon shot in a decade Thursday, sending up a pair of unmanned science probes that will help determine where astronauts could land and set up camp in years to come.