WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and speak to the power of sports to unite a divided nation.
By Laura Santhanam
The Crimson Tide held the lead for three quarters, but the Tigers turned it all around in the game's final few minutes.
By Joshua Barajas
More potential victims have reported past cases of sexual abuse from the U.K. soccer world. Survivors were invited to come forward by an ex-professional player who told a British newspaper recently that a youth coach abused him as a child.
By Nana Adwoa Antwi-Boasiako
Olympic medalists and athletes from at least 30 different sports benefited from a state sponsored doping coverup in Russia, according to a new report from the World Anti-Doping Agency.
By Murrey Jacobson
Some of the sweeter (and maybe bittersweet) moments this postseason are the ways the Cubs have recognized their former great players who never got a chance to play in a World Series. Fergie Jenkins is one of those guys…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
President Barack Obama has invited the World Series champion Chicago Cubs to visit him at the White House.
By Rebecca Robbins, STAT
Genetic analysis companies are forging alliances with personal trainers, chiropractors, and sports coaches, yet there is little science to back up their claims.
By Joshua Barajas
Hallelujah! The curse of the goat has been destroyed, but not without a fight.
Getting set to watch the Cubs take on the San Francisco Giants at AT&T Park tonight, I find myself trying to hold onto to the most unusual feeling that I’ve ever had as a lifelong Cubs fan: Confidence.
By Larisa Epatko
Arnold Palmer, American golfing great credited with bringing the upper-class sport to the masses, died Sunday of complications from heart problems. Palmer was hospitalized in Pittsburgh several days earlier and had just turned 87.
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