Indiana paid the Pacers to keep the team in the state. But what does the state gain?
Cheerleading is not a sport that meets Title IX requirements, a federal judge ruled. But for the millions who participate, it can be ruthless, and a hefty investment.
Reggie Bush Heisman Trophy from USC will be returned to the Heisman Trophy Trust due to the amateur player payments scandal.
Michael Jordan finds himself slipping to seventh spot on this year's top ten most popular athlete list in the US, behind Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant.
Derek Fisher thought about joining that burgeoning superteam in Miami, but in the end Derek Fisher will remain with the Lakers.
During his 21-year career at The Christian Science Monitor, Luix V. Overbea, who died July 10, served as a newspaper reporter, an on-air television host, and as vice president for community relations for the Monitor’s broadcast operations.
Jesse Jackson said Sunday that Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert considered free agent LeBron James a 'runaway slave.' Monday, Gilbert said he disagreed with Jackson's take, but would not comment further on the episode.
Overlooked in the buzz over the NBA star's decision to exit Cleveland, and milk the announcement for prime-time ad dollars, is this news: LeBron James arranged to have all 'The Decision' proceeds donated to charity.