Next season, the college football bowl season will welcome the Bitcoin St. Petersburg Bowl thanks to a sponsorship deal from Bitcoin processing company BitPay and ESPN Events. Yes, they're serious about this.
"Rarely has a U.S. president been so wrong about so much at the expense of so many," Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz write in a criticism of the American policy toward Iraq in the Wall Street Journal. No, they are not talking about George W. Bush.
Television ratings for the early World Cup games are showing big growth compared to four years ago. And for one night, at least, more New Yorkers watched a soccer game than the average NFL Jets or Giants game.
Thanks to recent advances in infrared technology, scientists discovered Pablo Picasso's hidden portrait of a mysterious bearded man hidden under another, more famous painting.
Here's a book-reader-aided deeper look at season four's finale "The Children," including a look at the Hound's injuries, Tywin on the toilet, Stannis' adventure, and Qyburn the deposed maester.
Another World Cup has begun and that means another opportunity to explain away America's global soccer failures on our stubborn obsession with fairness and sportsmanship.
If Donald Sterling can't be an NBA owner anymore, then he wants to bring every other owner down with him.
With Father's Day upon us, we got to remembering the movies we watched with our dads growing up. True classics of the Dad Movie genre, like Field of Dreams ... and Natural Born Killers.
You can understand the concerns that arose when Philadelphia Eagles lineman Evan Mathis tweeted a photo of a $64,055.76 restaurant receipt with the message "Teaching rookies a lesson."
With Pitbull and J-Lo as headliners, the World Cup's opening presentation had all the star-power, fun, and particular weirdness of a major event. Oh, and the required children dressed as soccer robots.
Did you know NFL great Phil Simms shows up in the Game of Thrones series? Or that Harry Potter himself makes an appearance? What about the land of Carcosa?
Former President George H.W. Bush is celebrating his 90th birthday with a parachute jump in Maine on Thursday, the same way he celebrated his 75th, 80th, and 85th birthdays.
Forget tactics or best players; all you need to know about the World Cup before it begins is which players have the strangest, most noteworthy haircuts.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's loss in a Virginia primary is a blow to the kishkes — i.e. the gut — for Jewish Republicans, who are now left leaderless and without a single Jewish Congressman to take their mantle.
On almost every category of political and social importance, Republicans and the smaller set of Republicans who watch Fox News have significantly differing opinions and understandings of the world.
The songs, chants, and cheers of each country's World Cup fans will be inundating your ears come Thursday, so here's primer on what loud noises you'll likely be hearing throughout the tournament.
The landmark amateur sports case Ed O'Bannon v. NCAA finally heads to court on Monday to decide whether the NCAA can use the likenesses of college athletes without compensation and whether the NCAA's model violates antitrust law.
Here's a a non-spoilery book reader's explanation of last night's Game of Thrones, featuring Ygritte and the cave, that woolly mammoth-riding giant, and Tormund Giantsbane's sexual prowess over bears.
A consortium of world leaders came together in France today to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the invasion of D-Day, and one image and one video tells the story of the meeting.
Rapper and all-around Renaissance man 50 Cent is coming through TV screens in full force with his new show Power, which begins on Starz tomorrow. Sadly, his tongue-in-cheek parody of Maleficent will not be coming to screens.