Boston has rescinded its bid to host the 2024 Olympics, leaving the U.S. Olympic Committee looking for another city to compete against potential international hosts.
A day after suffering a broken right leg and left foot in a Feb. 21 crash at Daytona International Speedway, Kyle Busch had his first hospital visitor. It was Tony Stewart, who had been sidelined in August 2013 by a sprint car accident that had caused a compound fracture of his right leg.
A competitive video-gaming organization will begin testing players for performance-enhancing drugs next month, as the field of so-called eSports moves further into the mainstream and prize pools climb.
After leaving Las Vegas High School after his sophomore year to get on the fast track to the majors, Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper missed out on going to the prom.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced Friday that they have placed cornerback C.J. Wilson on the reserve/retired list.
In less than three months in the majors, Las Vegan Kris Bryant has quickly become one of the game's most popular players.
ESPN Radio host Colin Cowherd's controversial comments about Dominican Republic baseball players on his show Thursday upset many people, perhaps none more so than Toronto Blue Jays slugger Jose Bautista.
PGA Tour veteran Robert Allenby and his caddie had a heated dispute during the Canadian Open that led a midround firing.
A member of the Brazilian men's water polo team who won a silver medal at the 2015 Pan American Games is wanted on a warrant for sexual assault, Toronto police said on Friday.
Fresno, Calif., has long been the butt of jokes for its poor quality of life, but the city boasts top-quality tacos. Fresno's Triple-A baseball team will celebrate that fact Aug. 6 with a seriously awesome promotion.
By now you may be familiar with the amazing story of former UNLV soccer star Simon Keith — how as a young man he received a heart transplant, and how for the longest time he didn’t tell anybody about it, and how he went on to make history, becoming the first to play competitive professional sports with a transplanted heart.
At the Los Angeles Lakers' introductory news conference Wednesday for center Roy Hibbert, forward Brandon Bass and guard Lou Williams, Bass said one reason he signed with the team was for the chance to play with Kobe Bryant, who he called "one of the greatest to ever play the game."