FEMA sales trailers for cheap

LOUISIANA - Old FEMA trailers went up on the auction block this weekend and hundreds showed up to buy a new home. The auction is part of a strategy to generate funds to pay for the Lamar Dixon Expo.

Report: Danica will race Nationwide, ARCA

Danica Patrick has reached a deal to enter NASCAR with JR Motorsports, according to a person familiar with the plan.

Gerhart, McCoy among five Heisman finalists

Tim Tebow and Colt McCoy are headed back to the Heisman Trophy presentation as finalists, along with running backs Mark Ingram and Toby Gerhart and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Tebow is trying to become the second two-time Heisman winner.

Monday Night Matchup: Ravens at Packers

The Packers are eyeing the playoffs, but maybe they should be more focused on keeping their QB in one piece vs.

Cincinnati's Kelly says he'll talk to Notre Dame

Coach Brian Kelly has told his players he will meet with Notre Dame officials about their open job. Kelly met with his undefeated team Monday afternoon and told players he will "listen to what they have to say." Kelly confirmed the meeting on his Tw

Senate to confront abortion in health care debate

WASHINGTON – Starting an eighth day of health care debate Monday, the top Senate Democrat said lawmakers are approaching the end game on the far-reaching legislation and fully expect to prevail on President Barack O

Witness told troopers Woods had been drinking

A police officer who responded to Tiger Woods' SUV accident outside his Florida home found two iron golf clubs on the ground and $235 in the vehicle. The Windermere officer said in a report released Monday that Woods was at first unresponsive, lying

Jets' Sanchez won't practice, may play Sunday

Mark Sanchez is not practicing for the New York Jets while recovering from a sprained right knee, but coach Rex Ryan is optimistic about the rookie quarterback's chances of playing Sunday at Tampa Bay. Sanchez sprained the posterior cruciate ligamen

Notre Dame QB Clausen, No. 1 WR Tate off to NFL

ESPN.com is reporting that quarterback Jimmy Clausen is leaving Notre Dame early for the NFL. Clausen told ESPN.com on Monday that he feels it's the right time and that he came to the decision after talking to fired coach Charlie Weis on Friday.