Dozens of Russian athletes were part of a state-run, performance-enhancing drug ring, according to The New York Times.
Malak, a 16-year-old Palestinian, said she first heard about PeacePlayers International – a group that unites Israelis and Palestinians to play basketball – five years ago. She wanted to learn basketball but was nervous about being around Jews.
Five prominent members of the U.S. women’s national soccer team are filing a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charging U.S. Soccer with wage discrimination.
By Murrey Jacobson
Major League Baseball may be making new inroads into Cuba this week, but an expert who's long watched the Cuban game tells Jeffrey Brown that any changes between the U.S. and Cuba are the start of "a long, slow process."…
By Associated Press
HAVANA -- President Obama introduced Jackie Robinson's widow to Cuban President Raul Castro before the start of Tuesday's exhibition game.
By PBS NewsHour
March Madness means a huge payday for coaches, colleges, networks and advertisers -- everyone except the athletes themselves. Although television rights for the NCAA tournament this year alone brought in nearly a billion dollars, the players won’t see a penny,…
By Joshua Barajas
Three of Maria Sharapova’s sponsors distanced themselves from the tennis star Tuesday after she announced failing a drug test at the Australian Open in January.
By Joshua Barajas
A German shorthaired pointer named CJ was appointed top dog Tuesday night at the nation’s most prestigious dog competition.
By Jeff Horwitz, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- More than 30 years ago, Donald Trump bought a franchise in the upstart United States Football League. He then led his fellow owners to sue the NFL in a high-stakes antitrust case.
Transgender athletes can now compete at the Olympics with other athletes of their gender, according to a new set of guidelines adopted Monday.
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