Vikings fans who went to see the NFC title game had to endure not just their team's loss, but some nasty behavior from Eagles fans.
The NFL posted a promo that says the Vikings and Patriots are going to the Super Bowl, and Google agrees.
Tim Tebow is headed back to the Mets' major league spring training camp in February, though probably just for a little while.
Leonard Fournette's car was rear-ended by Steelers fans, but it was an accident and definitely not intentional.
"Cool Runnings" is turning 25 years old, and the Charleston RiverDogs have a big celebration planned.
At least 14 Michigan State employees were warned about Larry Nassar's sexual abuse, and none of them did anything about it for nearly 20 years.
Matt Strunk, a high school wrestler, volunteered to forfeit his match to help his opponent reach an important milestone.
Chrissy Teigen doesn't think McKayla Maroney should have to pay a fine to speak at abuser Larry Nassar's sentencing, so she offered to pay the fine herself.
Shirtless Tongan flag-bearer Pita Taufatofua still needs one more cross-country skiing race to qualify for the Winter Olympics, but he might not get there.
South Korea has offered North Korea the opportunity to combine their women's ice hockey teams and compete at the Olympics as a unified team instead.
The coach of the Cincinnati team that was kicked out of its youth basketball league for wearing racially insensitive jerseys? Yeah, he hasn't apologized and he wants a refund.
Dave Roberts has moved on from Game 7 of the World Series, and he's even letting Astros manager A.J. Hinch stay at his house.
Tonya Harding's mother, LaVona "Sandy" Golden, says her daughter has lied a lot about her past and their relationship.
The Mets want 50 Cent to come to Citi Field and throw a better first pitch than he did four years ago, when he threw the worst first pitch of all-time.
"Bad Lip Reading" thinks it knows what Donald Trump was singing during the national anthem at the national title game on Monday.
A few Celtics players tried out their British accents before they went to London, and the results were entertaining and slightly terrible.
North Korea will send a delegation of athletes to the Olympics in Pyeongchang, including figure skating pair Ryom Tae Ok and Kim Ju Sik.