The players union has questioned why the N.F.L.'s domestic violence training and education program “treats all players as perpetrators.”
The white gravel roads in the vineyards and hills of Tuscany inspired L’Eroica, a vintage bicycle race that has grown to more than 5,000 participants.
Politics seems to have been as big a motive for presidential appearances over the decades as love of the national pastime.
Hekkie Budler is preparing to defend the two belts he holds in the minimumweight division, the lightest sanctioned classification in boxing.
Serena Williams rebounded from the worst beating of her professional career to rout Eugenie Bouchard, 6-1, 6-1, at the WTA Finals in Singapore on Thursday.
Manning completed 25 of 35 passes for 286 yards, with no interceptions, and Juwan Thompson had two short touchdown runs as Denver beat San Diego.
The opening game of the 2014 World Series is the lowest Game 1 on record, a viewership that highlights changes in the nation’s media habits.
It came as little surprise that the Mets hired Long, the hitting coach the Yankees dismissed this month, given the struggles of Curtis Granderson, the former Yankee who became the Mets’ most expensive free-agent signing in years.
A Major League Soccer referee who officiated dozens of league games was suspended after he was arrested for claiming more than $14,000 in unemployment while he was employed.
Lawyers involved in a class-action suit brought by former college athletes to reform N.C.A.A.
Eugene, Ore., is one of three candidates bidding to stage the 2019 world championships, along with Barcelona, Spain and Doha, Qatar.
The Jets coach could change his reputation and the league’s by starting the fourth-down revolution in football.
This week’s games include a matchup between the Eagles and the Cardinals, who have unexpectedly taken control of the N.F.C. West.
Hudson, a 16-year veteran who had early playoff exits with Oakland and Atlanta, will start Game 3 for San Francisco on Friday.
A high school pitching star, Tomohiro Anraku, was chosen first over all in Nippon Professional Baseball’s amateur draft by the Rakuten Eagles, the former team of Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.
The former Bruins backup Chad Johnson stopped 30 shots, and Kyle Okposo scored the go-ahead goal in the second period to help the Islanders end a two-game losing streak.
Lakers guard Nash was ruled out for the season with a back injury on Thursday, putting the rest of his career in doubt.
The 31-year-old forward, a veteran of 11 seasons, grew up in a remote town in Canada, did not play organized hockey until 14, and struggled with his parents’ and his own alcoholism and a brother’s suicide.
The Atlanta Hawks’ hiring of the investment banks comes nearly two months after the basketball franchise’s majority owner drew criticism for remarks about the team’s black fans.
The Wizards won 44 games last season after the emergence of point guard John Wall, then added Pierce, for his scoring, leadership and playoff wisdom.
The bounces didn’t go Nash’s way in last season’s playoffs, but he is off to a blistering start this year.
Luis Suárez has returned from his suspension for biting a player in this year’s World Cup and is expected to make his Barcelona debut this weekend.
The resignation of Maddon, 60, comes on the heels of the departure of General Manager Andrew Friedman to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Erik Compton is happy with where he is in golf, and he's not referring to his 5-under 65 on Thursday for a share of the lead in the McGladrey Classic.
Fiorentina, Dynamo Moscow and Legia maintained their perfect starts.
The East Carolina Pirates style themselves as both proudly apart from and defiantly as good as any team in the Big 5, and so far they have lived up to that billing.
As General Manager John Idzik works to enliven the Jets’ passing attack, Ryan remains intent on moving the chains.
The Royals’ potent running attack is amplified by the speed of Terrance Gore, a recently acquired player who often pinch-runs for the team.
The United States fell six spots in the latest world rankings from FIFA.
Hirscher has had three great seasons in a row, and now he is trying to do what no other man has done: win four straight World Cup overall titles.