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Clippers sever ties with Dunleavy

Mike Dunleavy and the Los Angeles Clippers parted company for good Tuesday, barely a month after he relinquished his head coaching duties to focus solely on being general manager.

'Humbled' Vick receives Courage Award

Inside the banquet hall, a humbled but defiant Michael Vick was honored Tuesday night as one of 32 NFL players to receive the Ed Block Courage Award.

Chiefs sign RB Jones

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free agent running back Thomas Jones, who led the New York Jets to the AFC championship game last season and was the NFL's third-leading rusher.

3D TV pricing revealed — with a catch

The biggest TV manufacturers are finally starting to reveal prices for their new 3D TV sets, and believe it or not, several of the new sets will actually cost about the same or even a bit less than last year's equiv

UConn's NCAA tourney hopes likely done

UConn needed multiple wins in the Big East tournament to make the NCAA field of 65. After Wednesday's 22-point loss to St.

Final Four to be shown in 3-D in movie theaters

The Final Four will be shown in 3-D in movie theaters around the country.

Christians flee after Nigeria's massacre

JOS, Nigeria – Christian villagers in Nigeria fled their homes following threats of new attacks in the aftermath of a massacre, despite the presence Tuesday of troops designed to restore calm to the region.

Spartans suspend Allen indefinitely

Chris Allen has been indefinitely suspended from the Michigan State basketball team and will miss at least the team's Big Ten tournament opener.

China says committed to U.S. debt, wary on gold

China, the world's biggest holder of foreign exchange reserves, renewed its commitment to the U.S. Treasury market on Tuesday but said it would be wary of substantially boosting its gold holdings.China