No shrinking violet when it comes to litigation, Donald Sterling has gotten the better of the NBA before. An NBA committee is to convene next week to consider forcing the Clippers owner to sell the team.
If Donald Sterling decides to contest an ouster from NBA ownership, legal experts foresee a protracted legal battle. The case offers a window on the intersection of social values, property rights, and public responsibility for private speech.
Football players on scholarship at Northwestern University are voting Friday whether to unionize, which could allow them to negotiate pay and other benefits. It could mean big changes in college athletics.
The second-oldest ballpark in the major leagues, after Boston's Fenway Park, has been a popular destination for long-suffering Chicago Cubs fans since 1914. See how you stack up against other Wrigley lovers by taking this 20-question quiz.
The 78th annual Masters golf tournament gets started early Thursday morning at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia. This year marks the first father-son combo at the Masters. There will be a record number of first-time players. But Tiger Woods will not be competing.