Armstrong and government spar over upcoming trial evidence
Lance Armstrong's $100 million fraud trial is months away, yet his fight with the government and former teammate-turned-rival Floyd Landis over what evidence will be allowed is heating up
$870K awarded to man whose doctor removed the wrong testicle
A Pennsylvania jury has awarded $870,000 to a man whose urologist removed the wrong testicle
Overcoming Opioids: Easing an epidemic 1 doctor at a time
Evidence suggests visiting doctors in their offices to talk about safer opioid prescribing approaches can help cut down on painkiller prescriptions
'The Bachelorette' Rachel Lindsay on dramatic moments, first impressions
Lindsay, a lawyer and the first African-American 'Bachelorette,' talks about what she thought of the guys and DeMario's girlfriend crashing the group date.
Soccer coach comes out to team as transgender: 'I'm still me'
A beloved soccer coach coming out to his team as transgender has been captured on video. Kaig Lightner, 36, founder and director of Portland Community Football Club in Portland, Oregon, revealed his story to the kids on May 1. "I thought it was really fantastic that the first question was, 'How old
'GMA' Hot List: Kurt Russell talks about the making of 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2'
Plus, the GMA anchors discuss a study that says testosterone may be the reason men experience lower amounts of self-doubt.
Crushing blow to Bucs, baseball as steroid cloud descends on Starling Marte
Major League Baseball's reaction to Starling Marte's 80-game suspension Tuesday -- and the cloud that has now descended on the sport just two weeks into the season -- consisted of a 51-word news release announcing the specifics. But it doesn't take a great deal of imagination to envision what an
Transgender teen wrestler who's used winning on mat now has a bigger, though partial, victory
Already accustomed to winning on the mat, transgender teen wrestler Mack Beggs can now enjoy another victory -- a change in policy that will allow him to compete in some matches against boys, the gender with which he identifes. The organization that governs amateur wrestling in the United States
Chiefs' Travis Kelce evolves into an elite tight end
THE HOUSE ON West Nixon Street in Cincinnati was quite nice before the football players moved in, with five bedrooms, 2? baths and a fresh coat of paint. For a college kid, it was practically a palace. But testosterone and Natty Lights are a dangerous mix, and soon the walls were pocked with holes,
Chiefs Travis Kelce evolves into an elite tight end
The house on West Nixon Street in Cincinnati was quite nice before the football players moved in, with five bedrooms, 2? baths and a fresh coat of paint. For a college kid, it was practically a palace. But testosterone and Natty Lights are a dangerous mix, and soon, the walls were pocked with