Laura Wagner

A new Miss America was crowned Sunday night in Atlantic City, N.J., but it was a moment with a Miss America from 32 years ago that stole the spotlight.

A judge declared a mistrial Friday in the case of an Alabama police officer who faced one charge of violating an unarmed Indian man's civil rights by throwing him to the ground and leaving him partially paralyzed during a February encounter in the city of Madison.

The Huntsville, Ala., jury could not reach a consensus on the charge against 26-year-old officer Eric Parker. According to KCTV, both sides have 70 days to retry the case, which the prosecution intends to do.

The video released Friday by the New York Police Department shows retired tennis star James Blake leaning against a column outside his Manhattan hotel. Suddenly a plainclothes officer runs up to him, throws him to the ground and handcuffs him.

Update: Patriots win 28-21.

Football is back.

Tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET the New England Patriots will play host to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Foxborough, Mass. The contest's prevailing narrative is sure to focus on the Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady, whose suspension for his alleged role in the Deflate-gate scandal was overturned last week. But there's more to this game than the return of one man.

Tourists come from all over the world to visit Harvard Yard, the famous quad at the center of one of the world's most renowned universities. But as The Boston Globe reports, the number and enthusiasm of these visitors has prompted Harvard officials to implement a new rule banning tourists from taking photos of students through building windows.

"You get really used to [the tourists]," Brent Westbrook, 22, said of life at Harvard.

Mexican broadcaster Azteca took some shots at the U.S. men's soccer team this week with a little video editing — and Donald Trump.

Azteca created a promo for the upcoming U.S. versus Mexico match that spliced snippets from Trump's controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants with footage of the U.S. team losing to the Mexican side.

Kansas State's marching band is in trouble for what some saw as getting too "creative" with a halftime show.

During KSU's Saturday football home-opener against South Dakota, the band injected some levity into the performance by poking a bit of fun at rival University of Kansas. The band grouped itself into the shape of the Kansas mascot, a Jayhawk, getting attacked by a spaceship.

Update, 11:30 p.m. ET

Serena defeated Venus in three back-and-forth sets Tuesday night, advancing to the semifinals 6-2, 1-6, 6-3. She'll face Italy's Roberta Vinci, currently ranked 43rd in the world, who beat Frances Kristina Mladenovic 6-3, 5-7, 6-4.

A New York City teacher was arrested today after allegedly crashing a drone into the stands during the U.S. Open tennis tournament Thursday night.

Citing police, The Associated Press reports that 26-year-old Daniel Verley has been charged with "reckless endangerment and operating a drone in a New York City public park outside of prescribed area."

Pages