Saints won't give CB Malcolm Butler offer sheet
Butler, a two-time Super Bowl victor and second-team All-Pro last season, is considered one of the top cornerbacks in the league. It's not a surprise that the Saints wouldn't fork over the No. 11 pick and hand Butler a massive contract in one swoop.
NBC flips its script for Winter Olympics
The 2016 summer games in Rio saw a downtick in viewers of traditional television broadcasts, but a 29 percent jump in streaming. For the first time ever at a Winter Olympics, NBC will broadcast all of its Olympic programming live across all time zones.
Carl's Jr. Is Done Selling Sex
The ads have featured everyone from supermodel Kate Upton to Paris Hilton, but now the burger chain is moving in a new direction to bring in new customers and focus on the food.
Rejoice! Joss Whedon May Be Making a Standalone Batgirl Film
It's purely exciting news on its own terms - Joss Whedon , the comic-movie whisperer, is going to make a movie about Batgirl . Even so the movie (which I hope won't be titled The Batgirl ) will naturally include many other characters from Gotham City.
Man United remains unbeaten but they are not really winning
Arsenal simply can not afford further slipups, but the trip to Selhurst Park will ask serious questions of Wenger's players. The last time Liverpool faced Stoke, Adam Lallana struck first en route to a dominant 4-1 win for the hosts at Anfield.
John Legend surprises commuters with impromptu gig at London train station
He had arrived at the station after boarding the Eurostar in Paris, where he sang at Disneyland Paris' 25th anniversary party. The 38-year-old singer surprised London commuters on Wednesday when he gave travelers a surprising piano performance at St.
April the giraffe could have her baby 'today, tonight,' zoo says
The Animal Adventure Park posted on Facebook Friday morning that they believe April could have a calf "today" or "tonight". Male giraffes, called bulls, really only care about two things, the zoo says: "fighting and the unmentionable".
Spacewalking astronauts lose piece of shielding
A statement on NASA's website said the shield "was inadvertently lost" and "posed no immediate danger to the astronauts". While not a flawless fit, the cover will help protect the station from impacts and provide thermal shielding, NASA said.
Ryan falls short in first test of Trump presidency
Ryan entered the health care debate without the experience of having ever managed a situation of such magnitude. "I think we have to let Obamcare go its way for a little while ..." When the gathering broke up, Rep.
UN Secretary General starts official visit to Iraq
In addition to civilians caught in the crossfire inside the city, many more have fled their homes to escape the fighting.