Outfielder Bryce Harper has been scratched from the Washington Nationals' game at Miami because of tightness in his left quadriceps.
A'ja Wilson, considered one of the nation's top women's basketball recruits, announced Wednesday she will play for South Carolina.
Fire truck crashes into restaurant in Los Angeles suburb; several people injured.
New Wake Forest basketball coach Danny Manning is bringing three members of his Tulsa coaching staff with him.
Lawyers for five men charged in the Sept. 11 attack are seeking to question the FBI about an apparent investigation of defense team personnel in the case.
Texas Rangers left-hander Joe Saunders cut short a bullpen session Wednesday because of pain in his left ankle.
Authorities in the San Francisco Bay Area say a teenage girl was robbed, kidnapped and later dropped off in a neighboring city after a possible sexual assault.
Authorities have uncovered a theft ring that they say might be responsible for nearly 100 burglaries in Southern California.
USA Track and Field has extended its partnership with Nike through 2040 to outfit teams and sponsor national championships.
Nigeria's military says all but eight of 129 female students kidnapped from a northeastern school by Islamic militants are free.
Frank Esposito Jr. shot a 3-under 69 on Wednesday for a share of the second-round lead with Stan Cooke in the Senior PGA Professional National Championship.
The Aztecs have opened recruiting for 2015
There are hordes of teenage girls waiting outside the Longacre Theatre each night hoping to squeal over uber-muffin James Franco. But true theater fans should be waiting for his co-star to emerge.
So Yeon Ryu shot a 4-under 68 on Wednesday to take the lead halfway through a windy first round of the LPGA LOTTE Championship.
Yahoo's recently fired chief operating officer, Henrique de Castro, left the Internet company with a severance package of $58 million even though he lasted just 15 months on the job.
Highly touted prospect George Springer is making his major league debut on Wednesday night, batting second and playing right field for the Houston Astros.
San Diego County’s economy will see diverse growth this year, UCLA says
A fake hand grenade in a passenger's luggage has disrupted operations at an airport in New York's Hudson Valley.
Two House Democrats said Wednesday they are beginning their own inquiry into whether Tennessee state officials may have violated "or otherwise run afoul of" federal law by their alleged conduct ahead of a vote by workers at a Volkswagen factory in Chattanooga, Tenn., that rejected a bid to be represented by the United Auto Workers union.
Connecticut's Gold Coast is living up to its name, with a record $120 million sale of a waterfront estate in Greenwich leading an increase in sales of homes for more than $10 million.
The St. Louis Cardinals' 5-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday may prove more costly than one defeat in the NL Central standings.
Where have all the rabbits gone? Fewer sightings this season in Anza-Borrego Desert.
Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap will sit out the team's regular season finale Wednesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks to rest for the playoffs.
Police say two fire trucks have collided in a Los Angeles suburb, slamming one engine into a restaurant and causing several injuries, some of them critical.
The Seattle Mariners placed outfielder Logan Morrison and right-handed starter Blake Beavan on the 15-day disabled list Wednesday, and recalled second baseman Nick Franklin and James Jones from Triple-A Tacoma.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned Wednesday up to a million people could face famine in conflict-torn South Sudan in the coming months unless the world takes immediate action.
Gareth Bale raced down the field, avoided a defender and rolled the ball under goalkeeper Jose Pinto in the 90th minute, giving Real Madrid a 2-1 win over Barcelona on Wednesday night and its 19th Copa del Rey title.
More than this: Bryan Ferry, a highlight Friday at Coachella, sings Thursday at Humphreys.
Yahoo co-founder David Filo is vying to rejoin the Internet company's board after an 18-year absence.
As the first state to drop the national Common Core learning standards, Indiana is rushing to approve new state-crafted benchmarks in time for teachers to use them this fall, and education leaders from across the nation are closely watching.