Former University of Louisville guard Chris Jones was charged with raping one woman and sodomizing another. Jones pleads not guilty.
Although some media outlets have said the victim was a transgender woman, family and friends of the victim, as well as police, tell BuzzFeed News he was a gay man who sometimes dressed in drag.
The Hunger Games star chows down on pizza, leads the crowd in a chant, continues to be the coolest person alive.
Come for the Kentucky Derby. Stay for all the other awesome stuff!
The former secretary made a rare personal speech about her family and faith in front of 7,000 Methodists on Saturday. Clinton framed her work at the State Department and Clinton Foundation as part of Methodism’s “call to service.”
Words by David Barrett. Vocals by Luther Vandross. Victory by Louisville.
Luke Hancock, the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player, came up huge at the most important time.
Superstar backup Spike Albrecht notwithstanding, it was Montrezl Harrell’s gravity-defying dunk that served as game’s exclamation point so far.
It’s America’s Sentimental Favorites vs. America’s Alma Mater in March Madness’s highly promising conclusion.
Louisville made a furious rally thanks to some hyperaggressive defense, a flurry of threes, and one very questionable tie-up.
In addition to being a Wolverine-esque Superguy, injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware seems like a pretty swell bro as well.
Fake Twitter and Facebook accounts have been created to try to build someone a following by pretending to be the injured Louisville player.
Kevin Ware suffered an unspeakably gruesome broken leg in today’s Elite Eight game against Duke. WARNING: This video is graphic.
After a Louisville newspaper made fun of Nerlens Noel’s season ending injury, the Kentucky coach’s daughter fired back in cartoon form. She’s a regular Charles Schulz.
Florida’s consolation for blowing the Sugar Bowl.
Wait, what now? What about the Olympics?
Be wary of him. He goes to Final Four games, stands behind coaches, and signals his dastardly plans with his eyes. We’re already doomed.
Wayne Blackshear came out of nowhere on this put-back to give Louisville new life. It wasn’t enough to beat Kentucky, but it was awesome.