'Months and months of legal wrangling' ahead dim prospects for any sort of 2011-12 NBA season, says one sports management expert. Two groups of players filed federal antitrust lawsuits Wednesday.
Air show officials are hoping that any public backlash following the tragic air crash at the Reno Air Races, in which 10 people were killed, does not extend to their industry's scripted entertainment.
A defining moment of labor history, the deadly fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York remains a powerful touchstone even after 100 years.
Farmers Field – a planned $1 billion football stadium in downtown L.A. – takes a few small steps toward reality this week. It could be finished by 2015. But many hurdles remain.
One company has vowed to build a $1 billion stadium to help L.A. entice the Super Bowl, the Final Four, and an NFL team. But there are skeptics as well as cheerleaders.
The Phillies' appearance in the World Series has given them something big to cheer about. Team spirit is popping up everywhere as the World Series shifts to Philadelphia for Game 3 Saturday. The city's fountains are gushing Phillies red banners of support hang from uncompleted skyscrapers bakers are producing cupcakes iced with baseball laces.
'The House That Ruth Built,' closing at the end of the season, hosts the All-Star Game on Tuesday.