Labor Day News
Penn State's rousing run will test CFP committee's credibility
INDIANAPOLIS -- ?When the top four teams won this weekend, the College Football Playoff Selection Committee won a reprieve. The 12 representatives who will bask in the glow of their computer screens on Selection Day don't have to choose among equals. One can argue that No. 4 Washington's 41-10 rout
Cyber Monday Transforms as Shoppers Are More Connected
The Monday after Thanksgiving is still a time when millions of Americans pause to check out online deals and check off items from their gift list
No Texas Football Teams in AP Poll for 1st Time Since 1997
Texas college football has hit a low point not seen for nearly two decades, with no teams in the Top 25
Michigan-Ohio State Most-Watched College Game of Season
ESPN says the Michigan-Ohio State double-overtime thriller drew more than 16.6 million viewers, making it the most-watched college football game this season
DA: Philadelphia Officer Shot Son in Dispute Over Family Car
A Philadelphia police officer has been charged with shooting his son in the back during a dispute over the use of the family car
Cincinnati Zoo's Gorilla Enclosure Did Not Comply With Federal Standards, USDA Says
The Cincinnati Zoo, which was forced to kill a beloved silverback gorilla after a toddler fell into its enclosure in May, was not in compliance with federal standards for housing primates, a U.S. Department of Agriculture inspection found. The barrier at the Cincinnati Zoo's Gorilla World was never
2008 - 11 Days: Michelle Obama Campaigns In Obama-McCain Race
ABCNews' "The Final Sprint" features reporting for "World News" as Michelle Obama hits the trail from Oct. 24, 2008, with 11 days till Election Day.
Diminished Enthusiasm Dogs Trump; Clinton Gains in Affirmative Support (POLL)
Diminished enthusiasm and a high level of negative support are undermining Donald Trump’s candidacy in the closing stretch of the 2016 campaign, the ABC News election tracking poll finds –- while Hillary Clinton has improved on both these measures. Fifty-six percent of Clinton's backers in the
Clinton Pledges Unity in Pennsylvania, Saying 'Anger Is Not a Plan'
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her running mate Sen. Tim Kaine campaigned together in the battleground state of Pennsylvania today, boasting about their campaign's momentum and giving a glimpse of how the two, if elected, would approach uniting the country after an election year of divisive
Why Millennials Want to Cast a 'Protest Vote'
We are about 69. Million voter bloc that everybody wants once again catch us there's so many of my friends that are still. Wanting to cast what they call a protest supporting Gary Johnson's support until sign to make this statement. Against a very broken sack and two party system. I have. I too.