A look at some of the big sports stories making news today, Tuesday, Jan. 27.
Many sports fans believe the Super Bowl-bound New England Patriots, engulfed in the so-called "DeflateGate" scandal, are cheaters.
Glendale, Arizona is suffering deep financial issues in its efforts to become a sports destination.
They're both joining the star-studded cast of a new Adam Sandler movie.
Ava DuVernay, the director behind the Oscar-nominated MLK, Jr. biopic plans a feature film set in the time of Hurricane Katrina.
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The former "Harry Potter" star will play the princess in a live-action version of the Disney film.
Like pilgrims flocking to a holy shrine, they come from all over the world to pay homage to a symbol of celebrity.
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Jimmy Fallon and Blake Shelton play a ridiculous guessing game involving noise-canceling headphones.
A 30-second commercial on Super Sunday will cost $4.5 million, but will it be money well spent?
The New England Patriots QB reminds people that he is not a "science computer" and had nothing to do with deflating footballs.
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A man shot two police officers shortly after a swearing in ceremony at a city hall in a Minneapolis suburb.
A potentially historic snowstorm has canceled flights, shuttered schools and businesses, and threatens millions of Americans.
The Obama administration is unveiling what it calls a historic shift in the way Medicare pays hospitals and doctors.
Many prospective jurors said they could not be impartial because they already believe Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is guilty.
Despite some states allowing recreational and medical use of marijuana, pediatricians say the substance should remain – for the most part – illegal.
President Barack Obama and new Saudi Arabia King Salman are expected to discuss shared concerns during their first formal meeting on Tuesday.
The top House Republican says Congress is looking at options to pay for repairs to America's highways and bridges.
Millions of people are in the path of a potentially historic snowfall that has shuttered schools and businesses and is already being blamed for canceled flights.