CLEVELAND (AP) - The Cavaliers have added former Grizzlies coach J.B. Bickerstaff to John Beilein's staff as an associate head coach. Bickerstaff was a candidate for Cleveland's opening and interviewed for the job before the Cavs lured Beilein from Michigan after a successful 12-year run. Bickerstaff was fired in April
GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) - The Scottish soccer association says it has hired Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke to coach the country's national team. Clarke's coaching career includes spells as an assistant to Jose Mourinho at Chelsea, Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool and Ruud Gullit at Newcastle. The former Chelsea defender was voted
CANNES, France (AP) - The official language of the Cannes Film Festival is, like the Olympics, French. But Cannes is also a Babel, teaming with the tongues of every film industry from around the world. In the international village, where nations have tented gathering places, wave the flags of dozens
NEW YORK (AP) - There's plenty of rock on Steven Van Zandt's first album of original material in 20 years. There's also soul and funk and some mean horn solos. What there isn't plenty of is politics. The bandana-wearing guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, who in the past
Magic Johnson appeared on ESPN's "First Take" Monday morning ready to name names. The legendary NBA player and former Los Angeles Lakers executive spoke to hosts Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman, breaking down why he abruptly resigned from his job as the Lakers' president of basketball operations on April
Author and former "Law & Order" actress Fran Lebowitz apologized late Friday after telling late-night comedian Bill Maher that President Trump "deserves" to be murdered by the Saudis. Appearing on HBO's "Real Time," Ms. Lebowitz mused about the president receiving the same treatment as Jamal Khashoggi — The Washington Post
DUNBAR, W.Va. (AP) - A police report says a Virginia fugitive died from injuries suffered in a police chase in West Virginia. The Charleston Gazette Mail reports Dunbar police have been tight-lipped about the March 11 chase, but released the report after the newspaper filed a Freedom of Information Act
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) - The Baltic region's main news agency says a Russian military aircraft briefly violated the airspace of NATO member Estonia, near the Baltic Sea island of Vaindloo, and Moscow's ambassador to the Baltic country has been summoned over the incident. The Baltic News Agency says the Tupolev
MALE, Maldives (AP) - A Maldives court on Monday set aside the conviction and 15-year prison term given the former vice president on allegations he conspired to assassinate former President Yameen Abdul Gayoom. The High Court annulled the Criminal Court's conviction of Ahmed Adeeb and ordered a new investigation. Adeeb
The Wizards' No. 1 choice for their general manager vacancy won't be joining them. Denver Nuggets president of basketball operations Tim Connelly turned down an offer to join the Wizards, ESPN reported Monday. Washington had offered Connelly, a Baltimore native with strong roots to Wizards, the job on Friday.
CLEVELAND (AP) - A 22-year-old woman running in the Cleveland Marathon has collapsed and died. University Hospitals spokesman George Stamatis says Taylor Ceepo collapsed at Sunday's race and was dead on arrival at the hospital. He couldn't provide further information because of patient privacy. The Cuyahoga (cy-uh-HOH'-guh) County Medical Examiner's
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes taking instant replay out of football altogether will improve the sport. NBC Sports columnist Peter King used his weekly entry to ask 25 "smart NFL people" ranging from coaches and players to journalists and analysts one thing they would change to make football better.