The Division Series get underway on Thursday, with the Washington Nationals taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals taking on the Atlanta Braves.
Percy Harvin said he was prescribed multiple different medications to help deal with anxiety and migraines throughout his NFL career, but marijuana was the only thing that seemed to help.
The New York Yankees look to reach the World Series for the first time in 10 years, while the Los Angeles Dodgers search for a third consecutive appearance.
NBA teams will fine-tune preparations for the regular season over the next two weeks, which feature over 70 games.
Barcelona hosts Inter Milan on Wednesday with both teams looking for a first win in the Champions League this season.
About a week ago, former NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal came out of rap retirement and went after current NBA star Damian Lillard. Lillard has since followed with a diss track of his own.
Lana and Lashley returned to 'Raw' Monday night—and promptly made out.
One fan paid a beer vendor as if it were any ordinary purchase, but later discovered they were charged $724 for a couple of brews.
The Kentucky Derby, horse racing's premier event, has a long and storied history.
Fifty photos that capture a dizzying, exciting—and sometimes strange—year in sport.
The NFL's popularity has turned it into one of the most lucrative leagues in the world.
The two AFC North rivals are both 0-3 going into Monday night's game and any hopes of postseason are already wearing thin.
"A couple of weeks ago I was looking at retirement and now everything has done a 360."
Quarterbacks Josh Allen and Mitchell Trubisky are the newest additions to the NFL's injured list after week 4 games.
Monday's season premiere marks a new era for the USA Network hit show.
The Cowboys are 3-0 for the first time in 11 years and will look to lay down a marker in New Orleans against the Saints.
Kyle Kusz, an associate professor of kinesiology at the University of Rhode Island has a much different take on the 42-year-old quarterback, claiming his popularity stems from white supremacy.
Earlier this month, a tweet from the official WWL-AM Twitter account referred to sports commentator Seth Dunlap as "a f*g."
"I want to live in a world where being yourself isn't seen as this courageous act," says Manuel. "I want all of us to be who we are and to be unafraid."