Lewis Hamilton wins F1 title
British driver Lewis Hamilton clinched his second Formula One title in style with victory at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday, with title rival Nico Rosberg drifting out of contention after failing to recover from a poor start.
Grand Jury Keeps Ferguson on Edge
Ferguson, Mo., grand jury investigating killing of Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson not meeting this weekend and will reconvene Monday, sources told ABC News.
Pablo Sandoval weighing offers
Free-agent third baseman Pablo Sandoval is expected to make a decision about his baseball future next week, according to his brother and co-agent.
Bills expect packed Ford Field
The Buffalo Bills are expecting to fill the stadium for Monday night's rescheduled game against the New York Jets at Ford Field in Detroit.
Switzerland wins Davis Cup final
Roger Federer defeated Richard Gasquet 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 in the first reverse singles match Sunday as Switzerland won the Davis Cup final against France by taking an unassailable 3-1 lead.
Zimmer thinks Peterson will return
Though Adrian Peterson has said that a fresh start with a new team might be beneficial, coach Mike Zimmer told ESPN.com that he believes the star running back will return to the Minnesota Vikings when he's reinstated.
Dwight Howard out indefinitely
There is no timetable for Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard's return after he underwent platelet-rich plasma therapy to treat his strained right knee, coach Kevin McHale said before Saturday's game against the Dallas Mavericks.
Jonas Gray won't start vs. Lions
Patriots running back Jonas Gray didn't practice Friday because he didn't report to the team's facility on time, according to two sources.
'Significant' Gaps Remain in Talks Over Iran Nuke Program, Says Obama
President Obama discusses Iran nuclear talks.
Samaje Perine breaks FBS record
One week after Melvin Gordon rushed for 408 yards, Oklahoma true freshman Samaje Perine eclipsed Gordon's mark with 427 yards Saturday against Kansas.
Manny Pacquiao dominates Algieri
Manny Pacquiao scored six knockdowns and dominated virtually every minute of the fight to win a lopsided unanimous decision against Chris Algieri.