Americans Plan To Spend $14.8 Billion On Super Bowl LIIIAccording to a survey from the National Retail Federation, Americans will spend on average $81 per person totaling over $14.8 billion on game day.
Holiday Sports Viewing Guide: Best Games, Where To Watch, How To WatchLooking for some distractions from the relatives over the holiday break? We've got you covered.
Colin Kaepernick Applies For Trademark On His Own ImageThe filing says the image will be used for merchandise but also for "conducting workshops and seminars in self empowerment and awareness."
Military Death Benefits Will No Longer Be Stopped By Government ShutdownsThe new spending bill is expected to include a provision in the defense appropriations section exempting military death gratuities from government shutdowns.
Former Boxer Oscar De La Hoya Says He'll Run For President In 2020The former six-weight boxing champion told reporters that he's preparing to throw his hat in the ring for the 2020 election.
U.S. Sports Gambling Could Make NFL 2.3 Billion Annually, Study SaysA report released by Nielsen today says the NFL could be big winners if sports betting is regulated and legalized nationwide.
Man Called Cops After Hard Foul In Pickup Basketball GameA friendly game of basketball at a local gym took a turn for the worse when one of the participants called the police.
Sad Dog Photo Goes Viral As He Looks For New HomeA photo of a dog hoping to be adopted went viral this week and it resulted in nearly 100 inquiries to the animal shelter.
AT&T Warning Customers About Phone ScamThe cell and internet provider is telling customers to be aware of calls asking them to verify their Social Security number in order to stop their service from being suspended.
Arizona Family Finds Rattlesnakes Inside Pool NoodleA potential relaxing day at the pool became a nightmare when the family found multiple rattlesnakes in the pool noodle.
NFL Players Respond To President Trump's Request For Names Of People To PardonDoug Baldwin, Malcolm Jenkins, Anquan Boldin and Ben Watson penned an editorial in The New York Times asking the president to make some changes with his pardoning power.