A Miami wellness clinic is at the center of the latest performance-enhancing drug scandal, and one of the many big names on the client list is a familiar one: New York Yankees’ All-Star slugger Alex Rodriguez.
Highlighted by an appearance from Katherine Webb --- Miss Alabama and A.J. McCarron's girlfriend who stole the show at the BCS Championship game --- as an "Inside Edition" correspondent, Super Bowl Media Day was its usual zany sideshow Tuesday.
For the first time in a decade, the Super Bowl won’t feature a quarterback with the last name of Rodgers, Manning, Brady or Roethlisberger.
Tiger Woods looks like his old self Monday when he cruises to an easy victory at Torrey Pines in the Farmers Insurance Open.
Pitcher Chad Durbin, who was 4-1 with a 3.10 ERA in 76 games last season for the Braves, agrees to a deal with the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday.
So far in the Georgia Capitol, there's been little action and the power players who matter most have expressed no desire to make major changes in either direction.
Georgia Power is looking at ways to reduce its reliance on coal for producing electricity, and hints about its plans could be released this week.
NBA ROUNDUP: Anthony's late bucket sends Knicks past Hawks; Celtics lose Rondo for season, beat Heat in 2OT
Atlanta's Josh Smith is burned with seconds left by Carmelo Anthony on Sunday as the Knicks rally to beat the Hawks, 106-204.
COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: UGA women score key SEC win vs. rival UF; Miami routs FSU, remains ACC's only unbeaten team
Nearly every player in a Lady Bulldogs’ uniform gets into the action Sunday when No. 14 Georgia routs rival Florida at home, 69-52, while in men's action, Miami demolishes FSU, 71-47.
AUTO RACING ROUNDUP: Pruett delivers record, Rolex 24 win for Ganassi; reactions around garage vary to news Patrick dating fellow NASCAR rookie Stenhouse
Polesitter Scott Pruett not only wins the season-opening Rolex 24 race Sunday, but in doing so ties Hurley Haywood’s record for wins in the twice-around-the-clock race at Daytona International Speedway.
Victoria Azarenka overcomes an ugly episode in her semifinal match and wins back the Aussie crowd after beating Li Na in three sets Saturday in Melbourne to defending her Australian Open title
Thomasville native Robert Carter Jr. scores a career-high 20 points to lead the Yellow Jackets to a big ACC game Saturday. (ADDS: Top 25 roundup, Auburn men lose to Mississippi)
Florida State senior QB E.J. Manuel throws for a touchdown and runs for another, while UGA star safety and former Seminole County star Bacarri Rambo picks off a pass to help lead the South team past the North, 21-16, on Saturday at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala.
After embarrassing themselves at home in the first half against Boston --- falling behind by 27 points --- Atlanta storms back, forces overtime and then beats the Celtics in double OT.
In what could’ve been a landmark ruling against Internet websites’ ability to operate without accountability for what’s published, thedirty.com escapes a million-dollar lawsuit by former Bengals cheerleader Sarah Jones,, whose jury overseeing the case can’t come to an agreement Friday and a mistrial is declared.
Andy Murray beats Roger Federer on Friday to secure his spot in Sunday’s final against two-time defending champ Novak Djokovic, who Murray beat for the U.S. Open title just a few months ago.
After a pair of stunning women’s semifinal matches, the Aussie Open final is set, while the second half of the men’s championship match will be decided today.
Groundbreaking case: Shamed Bengals cheerleader sues website for libel over accusations she slept with entire team
If Sarah Jones wins her lawsuit against thedirty.com — a gossip website with zero accountability — it would be a landmark case in the war on punishing slander over the Internet.
Rays slugger B.J. Upton was acquired last year after the season, and Thursday, Atlanta makes a seven-player trade to grab Upton's brother, Justin, from Arizona.
Atlanta starting catcher Brian McCann had a rough 2012 season, but now that he's getting healthy, he feels poised for a big comeback in 2013.
A big second half propels the Hawks to an easy road win Wednesday night against the lowly Charlotte Bobcats, 104-92.
Serena Williams loses to a younger American for the first time in her career Wednesday when Sloane Stephens stuns the tennis world.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday passed an extension of borrowing authority under the federal debt limit to May 19, putting the Republican plan on a fast track to enactment after top Senate Democrats endorsed it.
COLLEGE HOOPS ROUNDUP: UGA men blow first-half lead vs. No. 8 Florida, fall by 17; UNC romps Ga. Tech; Miami destroys No. 1 Duke
Georgia suffered one of the worst losses in program history in its first meeting a SEC rival Florida, but the Bulldogs likely feel just as bad after Wednesday's 17-point loss in the rematch in Athens after giving up a halftime lead and getting outscored, 40-20, in the second half.
Saints coach Sean Payton’s season-long suspension for his role in a bounty program is lifted Tuesday by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
One year after longtime Penn State football coach Joe Paterno died in the midst of a sex-abuse scandal involving one of his former assistant coaches, fans remember the Hall of Famer.
The Harbaugh brothers will become the first siblings to coach against each other in the Super Bowl when the 49ers and Ravens clash Feb. 3.
Novak Djokovic beats fifth-seeded Tomas Berdych in four sets to advance to the Australian Open semifinals, where he will meet David Ferrer.
With spring training just a few weeks away, a handful of Atlanta Braves show up for an informal workout Tuesday at Turner Field. (ADDS: Braves notebook)
Americans Sloane Stephens and Serena Williams won their fourth-round matches at the Australian Open and will face off early Wednesday in the quarterfinals.
The Hawks overcome a 14-point halftime deficit, outscore the T-Wolves by 22 in the second half and come from behind for just their third win in their past 11 games.
The expected retirement of tight end Tony Gonzalez is just one of the predicaments for the Atlanta Falcons heading into the offseason after Sunday’s heartbreaking loss to the 49ers in the NFC title game. (ADDS: Falcons QB pulls out of Pro Bowl; Moore, DeCoud added to NFC roster)
Novak Djokovic is making it a tradition to rip his shirt off after a victory. He ripped it off when he won last year's Australian Open title, and he ripped it off again Sunday after beating Stanislas Wawrinka 1-6, 7-5, 6-4, 6-7 (5), 12-10 in a fourth-round match to advance in this year's Australian Open, on the same court where he beat Rafael Nadal in last year’s final.
Late Friday night, news broke that 49ers star receiver Micheal Crabtree has been questioned by police about a sexual assault that allegedly took place after last week's game, although he still is expected to play in today's NFC title game against the Falcons.
Stan Musial, one of baseball's greatest hitters and a Hall of Famer with the Cardinals for more than two decades, died Saturday, as did former Orioles manager Earl Weaver.
For the second straight Saturday, the nation's No. 1 team went down -- this time thanks to No. 6 Syracuse, which knocked off Louisville, 70-68.
The last remaining Australian in the Aussie Open, Bernard Tomic, is ousted in straight sets by Roger Federer on Saturday night.
Falcons center Todd McClure has helped guide Atlanta to the NFC Championship game in his 14th season in the NFL. (ADDS: Note on Falcons injuries heading into game)
Maria Sharapova let out several shrieks following Friday's third-round win at the Australian Open on Friday.
Just two nights after the Hawks rout the Nets in Atlanta, Brooklyn repays the favor Friday night.
Shamed cyclist Lance Armstrong may think he's done with his ugly past as a cheat and a doper following his tell-all interview with Oprah, but those associated with the anti-doping fight are not impressed.
Mike Bobinski is officially introduced as the new athletic director at Georgia Tech on Friday in Atlanta.
There’s no doubt the full story about the hoax surrounding Manti Te’o’s dying girlfriend will be told before April’s NFL Draft, and most believe the massive red flag will hurt his chances at being drafted as high as once projected. (ADDS: item on AP investigation into Te'o's continued mention of "girlfriend" after he "learned" she was fake).
American tennis star Brian Baker was forced to leave the court in a wheelchair after injuring his knee during his second round match at the Australian Open.
Tennis icon Roger Federer and rising star Bernard Tomic both advance at the Australian Open, setting up a match mane have waited to see since the draw was released.
Freezing Foxborough was where New England held off Baltimore a year ago to reach the Super Bowl, and the Patriots hope history repeats itself Sunday in the AFC Championship rematch.
No team in the NFL has been able to solve the riddle that is 49ers dual-threat quarterback Colin Kaepernick this season, and the Falcons had better hope they're the first that do come Sunday in the NFC title game.
Notre Dame football star Manti Te'o's seemingly tragic story of his girlfriend dying of leukemia has been revealed as a hoax that was possibly perpetuated by Te'o for publicity.
Georgia is no match for SEC newcomer Missouri on Wednesday night, while Auburn loses a barnburner against Arkansas in double overtime.
NFL NOTEBOOK: Falcons hope star LB Abraham (ankle) can play vs. 49ers; Oregon's Kelly takes Eagles job; Bears hire CFL coach
It will likely be a game-time decision Sunday on whether Falcons star linebacker, and the NFL’s active sack leader, John Abraham, can play against San Francisco.