NASCAR called it an “unprecedented collaboration among the tracks that host its national series events.”
The 32-year-old ballerina has been with the dance company since 2000.
Bob Raskopf argued in federal court that the team’s name was not offensive to Native Americans.
The former first-round NFL draft pick turned convicted dog-fighting promoter is in his second year hosting a football camp for inner-city kids. They run routes and get life advice – with varying degrees of success.
The former Cincinnati Red, who holds the all-time record for hits, has been banned from baseball since 1989.
The Oakland-based champions defeated LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers in six games.
The 31-year-old outfielder was worked for 48 pitches in two innings.
The Cardinals allegedly guessed at passwords the Astros GM used while he was with the Cardinals.
In recent decades, the MLB has struggled to recruit black players in America. A new focus on inner-city youth programs hopes to change that.
In court documents unsealed Monday, attorney James Sultan claims the juror failed to disclose knowledge of other murder charges filed against his client and may have been biased.
Griner filed for the annulment from fellow WNBA player and wife Glory Johnson on Friday after just 28 days of marriage. Griner claims she was pressured into the wedding.
New York Jets players Antonio Cromartie and Leger Douzable told BuzzFeed News they need to be ready for the end of their careers. “You never know when that play will come,” Cromartie said.
A dog left in the care of Prince Shembo died after incurring what a necropsy determined to be blunt force trauma.
McDonald was issued a restraining order on Monday when he was arrested for allegedly assaulting a woman while she was holding an infant. He was released on bail and cut from the Chicago Bears the same day.
If elected, Prince Ali bin Hussein vows to make FIFA more transparent. The U.S. said it will vote, along with Canada, for Prince Ali and not for incumbent Sepp Blatter.
The U.S. Department of Justice alleged that money paid by the company to a Brazilian-based sports management company was used to bribe a “high-ranking FIFA official.”
Swiss police arrested seven FIFA officials Wednesday morning on corruption charges brought by the United States Department of Justice. A total of nine FIFA officials and five corporate executives were indicted in the massive corruption scandal.
Many young women drew inspiration from the spot, which drew a largely positive reaction on social media. A few critics, though, said it seems to capitalize on an ongoing inequality in the sports world.
Prosecutors initially said Shayanna Jenkins lied about what she did with a nearly 40-pound box she took out of Hernandez’s home after he killed Odin Lloyd. There are no more outstanding charges against her.