A spokeswoman for House Majority Whip Steve Scalise says the Louisiana Republican plans to throw out the first pitch before Friday night's playoff game between the Washington Nationals and Chicago Cubs.
By Associated Press
Football stadiums across the country became fields of protests as more than 200 NFL players sat, kneeled or locked arms during the National Anthem in response to President Trump’s remarks and tweets about professional athletes. Jeffrey Brown reports on the…
By PBS NewsHour
Could eSports be the answer for an Olympic-sized ratings problem?…
By Michael Boulter
Usain Bolt, the global track superstar from Jamaica, ran the last race of his career on Saturday at the 2017 World Championships in London, placing third.
By Omar Etman
By Amber Partida
Weeks before the NFL season begins, new research reminds us of the physical cost of America’s most popular sport.
That victory made Minor, who was unseeded, the first black tennis player -- man or woman -- to win a Division I singles title since 1965.
By Erica R. Hendry
Longtime Sports Illustrated writer and NPR commentator Frank Deford, an esteemed sports journalist known for his colorful commentary, died Monday in Florida.
By Catherine Lucey, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots made a traditional celebratory visit to the White House Wednesday, a normally joyous ritual marred by the prison suicide hours earlier of former teammate Aaron Hernandez.
The U.S. women’s national soccer team ratified a new five-year collective bargaining agreement Tuesday following a bitter yearlong dispute over demands for equal pay.
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