Bibiana Steinhaus will become the first female referee in the top tier of German men's soccer.
Who cares what the Celtics will do against the Cavs this week? It's all about what they will do with Isaiah Thomas this summer.
The singer had performed with his band in Detroit the day of his death, which police are investigating as a suicide.
The White House could learn so much about dealing with media by watching how sports teams do it.
Coach Greg Popovich will lead the Spurs into their second game without MVP candidate Kawhi Leonard in the past six days.
There were a few striking aspects of this baseball baccalaureate, possibly the final momentous occasion centered on the kid from Kalamazoo.
The Spurs lost Game 1 after building a 25-point first-half lead, but their fans should not lose heart.
The Nationals have their league's most potent hitter, but thus far in 2017 it is not Bryce Harper
ESPN is rebranding its two programs exclusively dedicated to broadcast journalism with a pair of familiar faces at the helm.
The latest "Better Call Saul" was the masterful turning point in a sibling rivalry.
Sally Yates shines, while the Caps and Chris Froome survive.
The Yankees are back atop baseball's mountain.
Emmanuel Macron, Always Dreaming and Kate McKinnon make today's Jolt.
Mastery's ankle injury forced an early retirement.
With 13 homers in 26 games, Yankees rookie Aaron Judge is on the verge of greatness.
Today's Jolt also asks: What the Health? And there's no denyin' Ryan, Zimmerman that is.
Comey quakes, Judge jolts and Le Pen "lies" in today's A.M. Jolt.
Alexander Hamilton got a Tony-winning musical, so why not one for another dude who graces American currency?
Donald ducks a question and the Rockets blast off in today's Starting Five.
Hasan Minhaj kills, Trump is stumped, and Mr. Irrelevant is anything but.
ESPN laid off approximately 100 on-air or content-producing employees Wednesday in a concession that its model is broken.
A one-month reprieve from cable news, replaced by classic Hollywood films, enlightened the author.
Galen Rupp finished 2nd in the men's race and Jordan Hasay 3rd in the women's at the 121st Boston Marathon.