Alex Smith is feelin' confident in his new digs, declaring the Chiefs are going to win right away.
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Mario Chalmers will miss tonight's game against the Knicks. They were also out for Sunday's win against the Spurs.
Chris Brown goes all-in with the Breakfast Club, talking about basically anything you'd want to know.
He also hopped over to Funk Flex's studio and spit over Drake's “Started From The Bottom.”
The NYPD have been accused of pepper-spraying three children, including one baby.
Shaquille O'Neal on himself and Kobe: "We are the most dominant one-two Laker punch ever created and you can quote me on that." Just did.— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) April 2, 2013
Michelle Obama is hosting a student discussion of the upcoming Jackie Robinson biopic, 42.
Her husband just appointed the first female director of the secret service.
A second sitting Republican Senator has expressed his approval for gay marriage.
The lawsuit over the death of Junior Seau has merged with another suit on concussions in the NFL.
James Dolan may have fired a security guard for failing to recognize him.
Complex lists the best rappers of each year starting in 1979.
Eh-um....Dropping next album title next month.— Nasir Jones (@Nas) April 2, 2013
Biggie's childhood apartment is selling for $725,000.
ScHoolboy Q does his thing on Toca Tuesday.
Snoop Lion releases a powerful video for “No Guns Allowed” with his daughter, Cori B, and Drake.