Glazer: Jets to acquire Cromartie from Chargers

The New York Jets are unable to be major players in free agency because of the rules of the uncapped year.

Glazer: Panthers release QB Delhomme

The Carolina Panthers released quarterback Jake Delhomme.

Cajuns football coach excited about future

LAFAYETTE - The new 2010 season schedule has been released and it's the toughest schedule in years. Six of the twelve opponents were in bowl games last year. This year the Cajuns have two road games against SEC teams and host a big XII team.

HBO plans TV movie on 2008 financial meltdown

LOS ANGELES – HBO plans to make a television movie about the 2008 financial meltdown, based on the book "Too Big to Fail" by a New York Times journalist, the cable network said on Thursday.

'The Vampire Diaries': Why It might be TV's most addictive show

When "The Vampire Diaries" first debuted last fall, we worried it would be nothing more than "Twilight" for TV. But we've been happily proven wrong by the show's quality storytelling and characters week after week.

Police partner with license plate readers

A growing number of police departments are turning to mobile camera systems to fight motor vehicle theft and identify unregistered cars.

Women's hoops star's ban up to 2 games for punch

Brittney Griner, the dunking freshman sensation for No.

$250 Social Security stimulus check shot down

WASHINGTON - A measure to give some 57 million elderly people, veterans and persons with disabilities a $250 check was rejected by the Senate on Wednesday, a setback for the powerful seniors' lobby.

Sony readies iPod rival

Sony is preparing to take another swing at Apple Computer's iPod digital music player, a top Sony executive said today.