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A look at the slate of tonight's Stanley Cup playoff games.
Tigers closer Joe Nathan will miss the rest of the season with a torn ligament in his pitching elbow.
Manfred said he has not determined a timetable to decide on Rose's application to end his lifetime ban from baseball
FIFA has rejected a call by European lawmakers to re-run the vote which chose Qatar as 2022 World Cup host.
President Barack Obama is honoring the New England Patriots for winning the Super Bowl despite a "huge distraction and media circus."
Goodyear, AZ police spokeswoman Lisa Kutis says officers arrested Griner and Johnson after a fight between the couple turned physical. Kutis said no weapons were involved and that neither required hospital care for their minor injuries.
The Oregon QB gets his very own life-sized SUBWAY sculpture.
Leonard is just the sixth forward to lead the league in steals per game since the NBA started tracking the statistic 42 years ago.
A look at some of the big sports stories making headlines today, Thursday, April 23.
Showtime will air the film about "The Answer" next month.
The NFL expects 6,000 of nearly 20,000 retired players to suffer from Alzheimer's disease or moderate dementia someday.
The baseball star was convicted in 2011 of a single count of obstruction by a jury.
The brutality and long-lasting impact of the Boston Marathon bombing is being brought home to jurors.
A group headed by billionaire Antony Ressler has agreed to purchase the NBA's Atlanta Hawks.
coach Rick Carlisle acknowledged Wednesday that Rondo will not play another game for Dallas
Real Madrid beat crosstown rival Atletico Madrid 1-0 and Juventus tied Monaco 0-0 as both teams reach the Champions League semifinals.
A federal judge has approved a potential $1 billion plan to resolve thousands of NFL concussion lawsuits filed by retired players.
The NFL has suspended defensive end Greg Hardy, now of the Dallas Cowboys, for 10 games for conduct detrimental to the league.
Barry Bonds' obstruction of justice conviction has been reversed by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Brooks was 338-207 (.620) with the Thunder and was the 2009-10 NBA Coach of the Year.