If you're not into fantasy football, you might think it's silly to drop $150 on insurance for one of your most valuable players. But in an $800 million a year industry, a policy is a small price to pay for protection. Sally Herships reports.
Many Chicagoans have come to know Wrigley Field for its colorful cast of street vendors. But the city wants to shut down the unofficial merchandisers. Adriene Hill explores why from both sides of the street.
Ray Artigue helped bring the Phoenix Coyotes hockey team to Arizona from Canada, but now says early criticism that the sport wouldn't thrive there may have turned out to be justified. The bankrupt team is up for auction. Peter O'Dowd reports.
This weekend, CBS will mark 50 years of broadcasting pro football. But the network may not have much reason to celebrate, given the drop in the number of people watching the game. Adam Allington reports.
You may know it as a popular college drinking game, but those who take it seriously can win thousands of dollars at tournaments dedicated to competitive beer pong. Jeff Tyler talked to some beer-pongers in Los Angeles.
The ancient practice of yoga has grown into a multi-billion dollar industry, so a growing number of states are trying to regulate it. But that's leaving some yoga teachers in a twist. Lisa Napoli reports.