TEMPE, Ariz. - The strain and sweat on their faces showed just how much one more chance in the NFL means to Michael Sam and 104 others.
Twenty-one days after the Chicago Bears were noncommittal about the future of Jay Cutler, they announced they're moving forward with him as the starting quarterback.
NEW YORK - The Nielsen company admitted to errors dating back to March in its measurement of television viewing.
Even in another U.S. defeat, the Ryder Cup never fails to deliver.
The humor might seem at first glance no longer edgy, but the hilarity of Cheech & Chong's classic sketches is coming to Augusta. Their Up In Smoke Tour with the band War will stop at Bell Auditorium on Sept. 18.
Charlie Williams says my Tuesday's comments about the end of political phone calls with Election Day was premature.
KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia - American snowboarder Amy Purdy Purdy earned an Olympic bronze medal in the inaugural event at the Sochi Paralympics on Friday. Now she's gearing up to win a sparkly mirror-ball trophy, making her debut as the first double-amputee to take part in ABC's Dancing With the Stars.
MILWAUKEE - The structure of the NCAA could look very different by this time next year. What won't change, however, is the amateur status of the players.
The optimism and confidence oozing out of Evan Lysacek are worthy of an Olympic champion. He hopes to make that a two-time gold medalist next year at the Sochi Games.
Never before have there been so many opportunities to observe the art of dance. So You Think You Can Dance, Dancing With the Stars and Dancing Stars of Augusta.