Even after the collapse of Wall Street financier Bernard L. Madoff in 2009, investors are still learning the hard way that if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is, with the Securities and Exchange Commission cracking down on a growing number of Ponzi schemes in the years since Madoff's financial empire collapsed.
According to a study released Thursday, the "he-she" gap in books — one that has always favored the masculine pronoun — has dramatically narrowed in recent decades.
A few years ago Dierks Bentley went hard against country music convention by releasing a rockin' bluegrass-roots album. He's decided to break the rules again.
The first new case of mad cow disease in the U.S. since 2006 has been discovered in a dairy cow in California, but health authorities said Tuesday the animal never was a threat to the nation's food supply.
A memorial service for Larry Munson, who was known by University of Georgia fans as the voice of the school's football team, will be held next month.
A former University of Georgia head football coach has settled a legal dispute with a bankrupt liquidation company that accused him of recruiting other high-profile coaches to invest in a Ponzi scheme, according to federal court documents filed this week.
Three months after a devastating on-field collision between University of Georgia outfielders Zach Cone and Johnathan Taylor left Taylor partially paralyzed, the two were side by side again on Saturday as draft picks of the Texas Rangers.
Johnathan Taylor and Buddy Lamothe may never play baseball again after accidents left them partially paralyzed.
If commissioner Bud Selig has his way, baseball's amateur draft will have a whole new look next year.