Here are five amusing events moments in sports this week.
The report of Brenner’s death was confirmed Saturday afternoon by his publicist.
Howard Stern’s hopes for a $300 million payday from Sirius XM Radio Inc. have been dashed by a judge.
Veteran stand-up comic Patrice O’Neal, who gained a wider following through TV and radio and helped roast Charlie Sheen, died Tuesday from complications of a stroke he suffered last month. He was 41.
Tony Bennett says he’s sorry for suggesting the United States provoked the 9/11 attacks.
Howard Stern and his agent are suing Sirius XM Radio for failing to pay stock awards due in exchange for helping the satellite radio service exceed its subscriber growth targets.
Jurors are scheduled to deliberate for a seventh day Wednesday in the trial of Anna Nicole Smith’s longtime companion and two doctors, who are accused of conspiring to funnel prescription drugs to the onetime Playboy Playmate.
Lawyers for two doctors charged with conspiring to illegally provide prescription drugs to Anna Nicole Smith are telling a jury their clients did nothing wrong and were only trying to help the former Playboy model get through a very painful time in her life.
Greg Giraldo has died at the age of 44, according to friends of the popular funnyman.
A judge has urged prosecutors to simplify the document charging drug conspiracy charges against Anna Nicole Smith’s two doctors and boyfriend, warning that jurors may have trouble understanding the complex case.
A pain management doctor says Anna Nicole Smith was not a prescription drug addict and rebuffed a prosecutor’s suggestion that prescriptions for 1,500 pills in one month don’t prove addiction.