MLB players' union agrees to pitchless intentional walks
NEW YORK (AP) -- The players' association has agreed to Major League Baseball's proposal to have intentional walks without pitches this year....
In nearly 3 years on job, Phil Jackson hasn't fixed Knicks
NEW YORK (AP) -- Carmelo Anthony had a half-season of clues about what Phil Jackson thought of him, and now it was his turn to evaluate his boss....
The Latest: Monster Energy has minimal presence at Daytona
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- The Latest on Daytona 500 media day (all times local):...
Pelicans' Cousins: He and Davis can 'wreak havoc' together
METAIRIE, La. (AP) -- DeMarcus Cousins says his prayers have been answered....
Eyes on prize: Indians nervous about Miller pitching in WBC
GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) -- Here's a change or, ahem, a change-up: Andrew Miller has the Indians feeling nervous....
Former USA Gymnastics doctor charged with sexual assault
LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- A former Michigan State University doctor who specialized in treating elite U.S. gymnasts was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting nine girls, including some who were reluctant to speak up about the alleged abuse years ago because he was considered a "god."...
Former NFL players union director dies at age 76
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Ed Garvey, the lawyer who led the National Football League Players Association through strikes in 1974 and 1982, has died at age 76....
NHL teams expected to pick up trading pace over next week
DETROIT (AP) -- Brendan Smith was planning to spend his bye week in Florida, trying to relax. It might be tough for him to truly get away....
Waltrip reflects on last NASCAR start at 'emotional' Daytona
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Michael Waltrip tries not to get too nostalgic or reflective at Daytona International Speedway....
Lean on me: International NBA players supporting each other
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- Boris Diaw arrived at his favorite Salt Lake City coffeehouse expecting to meet fellow Frenchman Rudy Gobert, and just smirked when told Gobert was running late....
State Sen. John Eichelberger a Republican chairman of the Education Committee is under fire for comments suggesting that minority students in inner city public schools struggling to succeed in college, should instead be encouraged to pursue vocational careers. His remarks drew fire from Democratic colleagues, calling them demeaning and alarming for someone with influence over educational policies for the state. Eichelberger says he blames failing urban school systems, not their students' skin color for why graduates falter in college.
Do you agree with Sen. McCain that President Trump's attacks on the media is to suppress a free press or is the accusation levied a political vendetta?