Customer Service: Who does it best?
The customer is always right. Sometimes. A new survey reveals which companies do the best and worst at fixing problems.
Officials fumbled key batting call at end of Lions-Seahawks, NFL admits
K.J. Wright should have been called for an illegal bat out of the end zone at the end of the Lions-Seahawks game, giving Detroit the ball back at the Seattle 1, NFL refs czar Dean Blandino said.
Michael Bennett says Seahawks should give Kam Chancellor raise
Michael Bennett let America know he thinks Kam Chancellor deserves more money after Chancellor's vital play in the Seahawks' 13-10 victory over the Lions on Monday Night Football.
'Dancing with the Stars' week 4 recap; a fan favorite gets the boot, plus the first '10' of the season
"Dancing with the Stars" brings plenty of tears, and the season's first "10" for "most memorable year" theme week.
Auburn receiver D'haquille Williams kicked off team
Auburn senior receiver D'haquille Williams has been dismissed from the team.
DraftKings employee's big win raises doubts about transparency, integrity
Questions are being raised about the transparency of the daily fantasy industry after a DraftKings employee won $350,000 in a weekend contest on FanDuel.
Yankees' CC Sabathia checking into alcohol rehabilitation center
New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia announced Monday that he is checking himself into an alcohol rehabilitation facility and will miss the postseason.
National Latino Education Institute honors new, emerging leaders
The National Latino Education Institute is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month by recognizing people who make a difference.
Hip hop stars in Chicago for documentary premiere
Common joined Che "Rhymefest" Smith for the premiere of "In My Father's House" at the Music Box Theater. The film tells Smith's story of reuniting with his homeless father.
Vale Park Animal Hospital burglarized
Valparaiso police are looking for a suspect seen on security video footage burglarizing the Vale Park Animal Hospital on Sept. 26.
Progress slow, painful for campus sex assault victims
Investigations into universities accused of mishandling campus sexual assault cases can take years. It's something the government says it is trying to change, but victims say the delay is taking its toll.