Report: Woods had marijuana, painkillers in system at arrest
A toxicology report shows that Tiger Woods had the active ingredient for marijuana, two painkillers and two sleep drugs in his system when he was arrested for driving while intoxicated
Tiger Woods to enter diversion program Oct. 25
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Tiger Woods has agreed to plead guilty to reckless driving and will enter a diversion program that will allow him to have his record wiped clean if he completes the program, a prosecutor said Wednesday. Woods, 41, was charged with driving under the influence in May when
Motorcycle rider chases hit-and-run driver in California
A motorcycle rider witnessed a driver slam into several cars and speed away; he pursued the driver until highway patrol took over.
Prosecutor: Tiger Woods to plead guilty to reckless driving
A prosecutor says Tiger Woods has agreed to plead guilty to reckless driving and will enter a diversion program that will allow him to have his record wiped clean if he completes the program
State Dept: US government speaking with 'one voice' on North Korea threat
ABC News' Pentagon reporters and security contributors weigh in on Trump's 'fire and fury' comments.
Police: Off-duty officer faces assault charge in road rage
Pittsburgh police say an officer pointed a gun at someone in a road rage encounter last spring while he was off duty, and is being charged with simple assault
The Latest: Tiger Woods to enter diversion program Oct. 25
A Florida prosecutor says Tiger Woods has pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence and will enter a diversion program later this year.
Lawyer: No appearance at Florida DUI hearing for Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods' lawyer can enter a not guilty plea on the golfer's behalf at an arraignment on a driving under the influence charge
Attorney: Tiger Woods won't attend impaired driving hearing
The attorney for Tiger Woods says the golfer will not attend his arraignment on a driving under the influence charge
Alabama, SEC trying to climb back to college football summit
Alabama and the Southeastern Conference are trying to climb back atop the college football mountain