-- quicklist: title: NFL Sunday: Pittsburgh Steelers Player Kicks Noggin text: Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown had an epic fail while apparently trying to hurdle over Cleveland Brown Spencer Lanning across the 35-yard line of Heinz Field Sunday. In replays, Brown appears to nearly stomp Lanning's helmet to the ground during the second quarter. Lanning apparently was not injured, although Brown was penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness. The Steelers won on their home turf, 30 to 27.
quicklist: title: Founder of Chick-fil-A Dies text: S. Truett Cathy, founder of Chick-fil-A, has died early this morning at the age of 93. Cathy, who started his company in 1946 with a diner in Hapeville, Georgia, died "peacefully at home, surrounded by loved ones," the company said on its website. Following Cathy’s Christian beliefs, most Chick-fil-A locations are closed on Sundays. Cathy had stopped running the day-to-day operations of Chick-fil-A by the time some gay marriage proponents boycotted the chain in 2012 because of the company’s support for groups fighting the legalization of same-sex marriage.
quicklist: title: Serena Williams Wins 18th Grand Slam Title text: Yawn. Serena Williams' match against Caroline Wozniacki was hardly a contest but it led to a tennis record. The indisputable tennis champ beat Wozniacki in Sunday’s U.S. Open Ladies Singles Final, winning her 18th Grand Slam title, the most for any female or male player.
quicklist: title: Bud Light Takes Over Small Colorado Town text: Bud Light flew 1,000 contest winners into the mountainous town of Crested Butte, Colorado, this weekend. The guests could partake in free beer and activities in the fictional town of Whatever, USA. Guests tweeted event photos with the hashtag #UpforWhatever, including dance lessons from Joanna Rohrback, the viral "Prancersize" dancing lady, and Vanilla Ice serving ice cream from an ice cream truck. The beer brand donated $500,000 to paint the street blue plus additional money to rent out several businesses on the town's main street. Though the event divided the town's roughly 1,500 residents, authorities said the festivities went smoothly, and there were no major incidents, KUSA-TV reported.
There were major delays Sunday when the attendees tried to leave town via private charter flights, as a private security company fell behind on screening, the Denver Post reported.