Sports

  • October 27, 2005  

    Wednesday night, the Chicago White Sox won their first World Series since 1917. A reporter discusses the historic win and the Chicago baseball rivalry between the North Side (Cubs) and the South Side (White Sox). Continue reading

  • October 7, 2005   BY Admin 

    Standing amid a crowded Liberian soccer stadium, George Weah gave the characteristic post-game nod as he thanked the masses for their support. The 39-year-old soccer star looked toward the stands as he clapped his hands above his head. Continue reading

  • August 26, 2005  

    The USA Cycling governing body Friday came out in defense of Lance Armstrong as the seven-time Tour de France cycling champion continues to deny a French media report that he tested positive for the red blood cell-booster EPO. Jeffrey Brown provides an update. Continue reading

  • August 25, 2005  

    The NCAA banned the “hostile and abusive” Native American mascots of 18 colleges and universities from postseason tournament play. Some schools are fighting to keep their imagery intact. A report looks at reactions from both sides of the debate. Continue reading

  • July 25, 2005  

    Lance Armstrong won his seventh — and final — Tour de France Sunday. A former cyclist and television commentator discusses Armstrong’s last victory. Continue reading

  • July 14, 2005  

    Athletes looking to improve their performance are turning to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where students are learning how to apply cutting-edge technology to sports. Continue reading

  • July 6, 2005   BY Admin 

    London beat Paris in the final round of balloting Wednesday to secure the Olympic Games in 2012. Continue reading

  • July 6, 2005  

    The International Olympic Committee early Wednesday chose London to host the 2012 Summer Games over Paris, the early favorite. Social sciences professor and Olympic historian John MacAloon talks about the Olympics bidding process. Continue reading

  • March 18, 2005  

    Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the nomination of Paul Wolfowitz as the new World Bank president, the Terri Schiavo case and baseball’s steroid problem. Continue reading

  • March 17, 2005  

    Current and former Major League Baseball players testified before the House Government Reform Committee on Thursday to discuss baseball’s steroid problem. An expert discusses the potential impact of the congressional hearing on baseball and its drug policy. Continue reading