Bernie Sanders was booed by his delegates when he talked about how they needed to elect Hillary Clinton.
Sergeant Craig Hutchinson has been named as the Travis County, Texas sheriff’s deputy who was shot and killed at his home on Monday.
Samsung released an advertisement this weekend for a new service intended to help the hearing impaired, and it’s going a bit viral.
NASCAR is in Las Vegas this weekend with the Kobalt 400 and you can catch all the action on FOX. But you can also watch online and on mobile. Find out how here.
Kevin Harvick led for a race-best 142 laps and held on to win the Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday. Click here for the race results and highlights.
Can anyone stop Kentucky? They haven’t yet, but the SEC will get another chance to do so in the conference tournament, which begins Wednesday in Nashville.
Virginia lost the regular-season finale, but won the ACC crown. Can the Cavaliers repeat as conference tournament champs? Get the tournament info here.
In the 2nd quarter of tonight’s Virginia-Louisville game on ESPN, play-by-play announcer Dick Vitale started ranting about Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim.
The tech world is abuzz about the next generation of smartwatches. Check out our top list of the best watches available in 2015.
With an infinite array of angry glares and finger holsters, Russ-diculous, since returning from All-Star break, has averaged an Oscar Robertson-esque 34.9 points, 10.3 rebounds, and 10.8 assists per game.
Here is the full text of President Barack Obama’s remarks at an event marking the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Civil Rights marches from Selma to Montgomery.
On Friday, Madison, Wisconsin Police Officer Matt Kenny allegedly killed 19-year-old Tony Robinson, who was unarmed according to authorities.
Greg Gumbel works for CBS Sports, and has spent four decades in the sports industry as a broadcaster and television host, most notably for the NFL Today.
ISIS has created its own social network for jihadists called “Kilafahbook” to get around social media bans by Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.