Fans still reeling from Super Bowl ticket nightmare

In the four weeks since the Super Bowl, the Washington attorney general’s office has fielded many complaints from football fans who spent thousands of dollars on tickets that never came. One family’s story illuminates the shadowy world of the ticket resale market.

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Video shows Hernandez dancing near gas pump before killing

FALL RIVER, Mass. (AP) — Ex-New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez ran up a $243 bar tab and smoked marijuana in the hours before the boyfriend of his fiancee's sister was shot to death, according to testimony Thursday at his murder trial. Just over an hour before the killing of Odin Lloyd on June 17,...

Judge rules for Peterson, opening door for reinstatement

In NFL limbo for the last five-plus months, Adrian Peterson's future with the Minnesota Vikings is still in question. The path toward resolution of his status has been cleared. The league-union clash over the personal conduct policy, though, has only cranked up. Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL were handed a second high-profile legal defeat...