Susannah Collins interviewing Mr. T.

Comcast Fires Reporter After 'Sex' Flub [VIDEO]

Only two days after her on-air "sex" slip, reporter Susannah Collins was fired by Comcast, though the mass media giant is denying any connection between the two events.
ATP Executive Chairman and President, Brad Drewett

ATP Chief Brad Drewett Dies At 54

The beloved Executive Chairman and President of Association of Tennis Players played a key role in securing increased prize money for grand slam participants. He died at his home in Australia after a months-long battle with motor neurone disease.
Bethenny and Jason

Bethenny Frankel Divorce: Split From Ex Jason Hoppy Not As Amicable As Hoped

Former "Real Housewives" star and Skinny girl beverage mogul Bethenny Frankel is reaching a settlement in her divorce from Jason Hoppy. Although initial optimistic that the split would be amicable, the proceeding trials have not been the case and changed Bethenny's outlook on her original assumptions.
U.S. Senate Republican nominee Gabriel Gomez campaigns in the Berkshires

Ex-Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez Runs For US Senate

Following John Kerry's appointment to Secretary of State, political-newcomer Gabriel Gomez will run against veteran Congressman Ed Markey to fill the vacant Senior Senator seat.
Screenshot from 747 crash, Bagram Airbase

7 American Crew Members Killed In 747 Cargo Plane Crash At Bagram Airbase [VIDEO]

On April 29, a Boeing 747-400 cargo plane crashed while taking off from the Bagram Airbase near Kabul, Afghanistan. All 7 crew members aboard the aircraft perished in the subsequent explosion. Investigations show crash was caused by imbalance within the plane and claims of Taliban involvement are false.
Jose Luis Astiazaran

Soccer: Spanish League Chief Denies Doping Allegations

Jose Luis Astiazaran has denied allegations made on Monday that he was complicit in the provision of banned substances to players while president of Real Sociedad.
Mexican tomatoes

U.S., Mexico reach tomato deal to avert trade war

The U.S. government and Mexican tomato growers reached a tentative agreement on Saturday that reduces the threat of a costly trade war stemming from a U.S. decision last year to pull out of a 1996 bilateral tomato trade pact.