Actress Mila Kunis is set to guest star in an upcoming episode of Two And A Half Men.
Kickers have created unforseen imbalance, and now the NFL has created a double standard.
Hope, the underdog story and potential redemption — Fredette would set fans’ hearts aflutter.
All we know is Rick Renteria is an optimist — which may be all the Cubs need.
College basketball has come to die in Chicago, where the five local teams have a .341 winning percentage.
With bigoted-led Russia failing to medal in Olympic hockey, we’re all winners.
Producers behind Hawaii Five-0 continue giving fans the opportunity to build an episode of the show to be broadcast later this season.
A family on a couch, watching the US hockey team against the Russians.
The week long tribute to the Beatles was terrific, but it reminded Terry Boers of the screamers in the old days.
Michael Sam hasn’t faced the same venom Jason Collins did, and that’s a beautiful development.
It’s not desired, but the Cubs are having conversations about moving the team, sources say.
CBS will air the first eight games, while NFL Network will keep the second-half slate.
By Dan Bernstein- CBSChicago.com Senior Columnist (CBS) — There’s no hiding anything in Sochi. NBC knows it, and Russia will have to live with it. The 2012 London Summer Games were tabbed the “Twitter Olympics” […]
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic television appearance on ‘The Ed Sullivan’ show, artists like Sting and Lenny Kravitz are returning to the same stage—now home to the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’—to honor the Fab Four.
Seattle’s relentless, physical defense left Denver helpless.
Dan Bernstein presents his annual guide for watching the Super Bowl.
It’s not an easy presentation, trying to get fans excited for both change and the lack thereof.
The extra point is football, but not really. More than anything, it’s punctuation. It’s a superfluous activity providing little more than a familiar, habitual marking point in the rhythm of the game, soon to be kicked to the curb.
The wait ended up being worth it, after all.
The Cubs didn’t need to publicly defend their mascot.