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.
By PBS NewsHour
It’s a victory the Chicago Cubs haven’t had in 71 years: a ticket to the World Series. If they win, it will be the first time since 1908. But their opponents are also hoping for an end to a long…
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 PBS NewsHour
After 67 years in the broadcast booth as a sportscaster for the Dodgers, Vincent “Vin” Scully is retiring. On Sunday, he called his last game in Los Angeles, but he has been with the team since it was in Brooklyn.
It was a golf career that consisted of 67 victories, seven of which were major championships. From his ferocious swing to his magnetic personality, Arnold Palmer helped turn golf into a major television sport -- and even had a drink…
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.
By Eugene Mason
The racing organization quickly responded, calling the lawsuit “meritless” and threatening to file a countersuit for defamation.
Two runners in the women’s 5,000-meter race helped each other finish Tuesday after one stumbled, knocking down the other.
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