9 Things This Family Learned Giving Up Junk Food 9 Things This Family Learned Giving Up Junk Food

This family set out to prove that a typical suburban household, with no farm in sight, could in fact survive on non-processed food.

yesterday, 6:39
Lakers' Nick Young Is Afraid 'The Purge' Is Real

The idea of one day with no laws was the main premise of the movie The Purge, and Nick Young is afraid the concept is real. The following pictures surfaced on the Internet of a supposed real-life purge coming to some major cities around the United States. After seeing the pictures, Swaggy P took to Twitter to express his concern. [, h/t ]Read more news on BleacherReport.com

yesterday, 4:16
Joan Rivers' condition 'remains serious,' daughter says Joan Rivers' condition 'remains serious,' daughter says

Joan Rivers' daughter released a statement Friday afternoon saying her mother's condition "remains serious."

yesterday, 21:31
Back-to-School Time Never the Same For Sandy Hook Mom Back-to-School Time Never the Same For Sandy Hook Mom

What used to be a familiar mix of sadness and relief now includes a sense of fear for parents of children who died at Sandy Hook Elementary.

yesterday, 16:36
Blake Sims Reportedly Will Start Alabama's 2014 Season Opener vs. West Virginia

The No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide enter Saturday's college football season opener against West Virginia with some uncertainty at the quarterback position. Head coach has reportedly elected to go with a roster incumbent in fifth-year senior over talented transfer Jacob Coker, according to CBSSports.com's . Sims has stuck with the program in Tuscaloosa for years awaiting his turn to take the reins...

yesterday, 6:39
Ric Bucher Previews Team USA's Opening Weekend at the 2014 FIBA World Cup

Team USA opens the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain this weekend, taking on Finland and Turkey in its first matchups of the tournament. What should we expect from the Americans in these group-stage games?Ric Bucher joins Adam Lefkoe to break it all down in the video above. Read more news on BleacherReport.com

yesterday, 16:23
Hip Hop Heavyweights Collaborate On Ferguson-Inspired Track ‘Don't Shoot' Hip Hop Heavyweights Collaborate On Ferguson-Inspired Track ‘Don't Shoot'

Another protest anthem has emerged on the internet in response to the. 12 hip hop artists -- The Game, Diddy, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Wale, DJ Kaled, Swizz Beatz, Wale, Yo Gotti, Curren$y, Problem, and King Pharaoh & TGT -- collaborated on the in memoriam of Mike Brown and in protest of police violence. The song was released Thursday on the adding itself to the growing list of tribute songs...

today, 0:00
Johnny Manziel Scrambles Around Pocket, Gets Completion vs. Bears

Johnny Football strikes again.During Thursday's preseason game against the Chicago Bears, Manziel found himself in trouble on third down. Doing what he does best, Manziel scrambled around the pocket before finding his receiver for a first down.Shortly after, Manziel found Jim Dray for a one-yard touchdown to put the Browns ahead 14-13.He might not be able to get away with stuff like this as often...

yesterday, 4:22
Ole Miss Unleashes the Hit Stick on Boise State, Levels Every WR in Sight

Boise State received a violent gut check on Thursday night. The Broncos came into their season opener at the Georgia Dome looking for an upset. Instead they found Ole Miss lying in wait with a boom stick, fully prepared to dish out a painful and unceremonious welcome to the South. Bystanders watched as the Rebels defense—a project long in the works—unloaded pound after pound of hurt on Boise...

yesterday, 17:54
Texas A&M Players and Kevin Sumlin Go Nuts After Upsetting South Carolina

The Texas A&M Aggies simply dominated the South Carolina Gamecocks with a 52-28 win after coming in as underdogs thanks to a terrific night from Kenny Hill.With the dominant win to prove that they're still one of the best teams in the SEC, the team had a right to celebrate.After the win, head coach Kevin Sumlin came into the locker room and started getting his players fired up. It didn't take...

yesterday, 6:10