The Latest: DH Santana set to move to left for Indians
World Series returns to Wrigley for first time in 71 years
Chicago Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber was followed by fans with cameras and cellphones. A couple of pitchers from the Cleveland Indians played hacky sack in the outfield. So, no, nothing like the last World ...
The Latest: Spokesman vows to build new protest camp
The Latest on the Dakota Access oil pipeline protest (all times local): 6:40 p.m. A spokesman for protesters opposing the Dakota Access oil pipeline says they will continue efforts to block the project ...
Parole considered for Charles Manson's 'right-hand man'
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? California parole officials were considering Thursday whether Charles "Tex" Watson, the self-described right-hand man of murderous cult leader Charles Manson, should be released from prison 47 years after he helped plan and carry out the slayings of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six other people.
Another sex abuse lawsuit against USA Gymnastics doctorA former gymnast on the U.S. women's national team has become the latest athlete to accuse a longtime team doctor of sexual abuse. The lawsuit filed Thursday in Los Angeles contends Dr. Larry Nassar repeatedly ...
Affleck tells 'kid brother' New Hampshire in video to voteCONCORD, N.H. (AP) ? Ben Affleck is calling on New Hampshire residents to get out and vote in the upcoming election.
Broncos' C.J. Anderson undergoing surgery
Jury hands ex-Penn St. assistant over $7M in defamation case
BELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) ? A jury awarded a former Penn State assistant football coach $7.3 million in damages Thursday, finding the university defamed him after it became public that his testimony helped prosecutors charge Jerry Sandusky with child molestation.
AP source: Dolphins' Landry fined $24,309 for illegal blockMIAMI (AP) ? Jarvis Landry will take a hit in the wallet for his block that injured Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams.
Deal struck for world's biggest marine reserve in Antarctica
The world's largest marine reserve aimed at protecting the pristine wilderness of Antarctica will be created after agreement was finally reached Friday with Russia dropping its long-held opposition. The deal, sealed by the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR) at an annual meeting in Hobart after years of negotiations, will see a massive US and New Zealand-backed marine protected area established in the Ross Sea. It will cover more than 1.55 million square kilometres (600,000 square miles), of which 1.12 million square kilometres will be a no fishing zone, New Zealand Foreign Minister Murray McCully announced.