• LaVar Ball responds to LeBron James' warning to 'keep my kids' names out of your mouth'

    LaVar Ball seems to be ignoring LeBron James’ warning to keep his kids’ names out of his mouth. Most college basketball fans are familiar with the latest twist in the Ball saga: Ball went on Chris Broussard’s podcast and said that NBA superstars’ sons tend to be less talented than the sons of less famous players. James didn’t like that much, and on Tuesday, he told ESPN that Ball needs to leave his family alone.

  • Mike Babcock admits actual human flaw in Leafs' penalty box goof

    Toronto Maple Leafs coach Mike Babcock is, as you know, the smartest coach in the NHL, or at least that’s what he’d tell you. One minute into the third period, defenseman Roman Polak took a bad penalty, boarding Oliver Bjorkstand. Luckily for them, the Blue Jackets were unable to convert on their super-sized power play.

  • Does this Nolan Ryan fan know who's sitting next to him?

    A fan wearing a Nolan Ryan jersey sits next to Nolan Ryan himself at Astros camp. During a minor league game at the Houston Astros spring training facility on Wednesday morning, one lucky fan had that opportunity. As seen in the photo above, a man sporting a Nolan Ryan jersey was seated directly next to the Hall of Fame pitcher and current adviser to Astros’ ownership while watching the game.

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  • Bertrand Charest doesn't deny having had sex with some students: lawyer

    SAINT-JEROME, Que. - Bertrand Charest doesn't deny having had sex with some of his teenage ski students but disagrees with his portrayal by the Crown and his alleged victims, one of his lawyers said Wednesday. "There were sexual relationships between Mr. Charest and certain of the (alleged) victims," Antonio Cabral said outside the courtroom after calling his third and final witness at the former ski coach's sex assault trial. Charest, now 51, is on trial on 57 charges, including sexual assault and breach of trust, in connection with 12 alleged victims between the ages of 12 and 19 during the 1990s.

  • 5 dead in vehicle, knife attack at British Parliament

    A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage in the heart of Britain's seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. Lawmakers, lords, staff and visitors were locked down after the man was shot by police within the perimeter of Parliament, just yards (meters) from entrances to the building itself and in the shadow of the iconic Big Ben clock tower. Three police officers, several French teenagers on a school trip, two Romanian tourists and five South Korean visitors were among the injured.

  • Victoria Beckham unveils her affordable Target collaboration with a little help from Harper - and the Spice Girls

    Victoria Beckham unveiled her latest fashion foray in New York yesterday, showcasing all 150 pieces from her collaboration with American high-street retailer Target, set to go on sale from April 9th. Announced last October, the collection will bring Beckham's signature elegant, modern designs to an unprecedently large audience as prices start at just $6 while plus-sizes and childrenswear are also included in the huge offering.