The Olympics torch is on its journey for the Feb. 9 start of the games.
The Fall Classic is going the distance. Don't miss it.
The Bills are worth watching this season.
Cleveland is on a three-game losing streak and is 3-4 on the season.
Tom Brady is the only QB on the Patriots' roster.
Arsene Wenger has wanted the French midfielder since last season.
Former club president Ramon Calderon believes the Spurs striker would be the perfect replacement for Karim Benzema.
Los Angeles is 12th in the Western Conference and their prized rookie is happy to be the fall guy.
The 32-year-old Cleveland star held his annual holiday party on Monday night.
Is this all part of the Bill Belichick master plan?
The Lakers rookie did an interview in the back of an Uber with Cari Champion.
Garoppolo was Brady's backup in Foxborough.
The Manchester United manager is already considering the signings he wants to make in January.
Houston could win the World Series with a victory at Dodger Stadium on Tuesday.
Irving is still learning the offense in Boston.
Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid travel to London on Wednesday for the Champions League clash at Wembley.
Who had Detroit winning the Eastern Conference this year?
The Cleveland head coach insists that James will adapt his style of play to suit players who join the team.
Arsenal travels to the Etihad Stadium, where Alexis Sanchez may wish he'd moved to.
The Fall Classic has been offense-heavy so far.
The veteran tight end was drafted in 2008.
"So he kinda goes through this whole serious spiel and then, right before he goes up to hit his putt, he goes, 'And you won't believe what the aliens look like.'"
The owner of the Houston Texans compared kneeling NFL protesters to "inmates" at a closed-door meeting of NFL owners and league executives.
Burning the flag and mocking American history is a badge of honor for artists, writers, and university scholars.
The best-of-seven series is tied at 1-1 after Houston's dramatic victory on Tuesday.
Fox is the sole U.S.-based broadcaster of the World Series.
The Cavs star has won it all, but he has just one more thing to tick off before he retires.
Andy Green set the record of 763.035 miles per hour in 1997.
The Cavaliers need the Nets to be bad.
Manchester United may have had a good start to the season, but life isn't all sunshine and rainbows at Old Trafford.