Saudi World Cup players land safely after apparent engine fire
A plane carrying Saudi Arabia's World Cup squad suffered an apparent engine fire before it arrived safely in the southern Russian city of Rostov-on-Don.
Barry Trotz Leaves Washington Capitals After Winning Stanley Cup
The defending champions were suddenly left without a coach as Trotz announced his resignation after failing to agree to terms on a new contract.
In Cairo, All Roads Lead to Image of Salah
Mohamed Salah is currently in Russia, hoping to lead Egypt on Tuesday in its second game of the World Cup. But back in his native country, he is everywhere, a reflection of his status as one of the top players in all of soccer.
England issues domestic violence warning during World Cup
The most hotly anticipated and widely enjoyed sporting event in the world has a dark side.
Simona Halep takes French Open and first major
Seeing her opponents come back against her in grand slam finals, this time Simona Halep turned the tables.
Rafael Nadal wins 11th French Open title
Rafael Nadal described his performance at the French Open last year, when he didn't surrender a set, as "perfect."
Meet the teacher bidding to make US rowing history
In between teaching biology and psychology classes, grading his student's papers and revamping lesson plans, high school teacher Bryce Carlson is an extreme sport athlete, weaving in a few hours of volume-based endurance and muscle training into his daily routine.
US and Chinese fans snap up World Cup tickets
The US and China failed to qualify for the World Cup, but that hasn't stopped fans based in either nation snapping up tickets for Russia 2018.
England vs. Tunisia: World Cup 2018 Live Updates
Heavily-favored England are looking to win their first knockout round match since the 2006 World Cup. Stay here for live scoring, updates and analysis from Russia.
Sweden beats South Korea thanks to VAR
The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) came to Sweden's rescue as it was put to use in awarding the Swedes a penalty which led to the winning goal against South Korea on Monday.
In World Cup, Serbia Holds On Against Costa Rica
A beautiful free kick by Aleksandar Kolarov was the difference in Samara, as Serbia defeated Costa Rica 1-0 to take the early lead in Group E.
World Cup gambling in Kenya
For the first time five African nations are competing in the FIFA World Cup, and it is anticipated that an incredible 86% of the continents' population in Sub-Sahara alone will be tuning into the matches, a new GeoPoll study says. Sports-mad Kenyans are no exception
At Royal Ascot, Wesley Ward is an American Success Story
The trainer is bringing 10 horses to compete in one of the most prestigious meets in the world, where he has won nine times before.
Caster Semenya Will Challenge Testosterone Rule in Court
Semenya, a two-time Olympic champion, is attempting to block a rule that seeks to limit the permitted testosterone levels in female athletes in races over certain distances.
World Cup 2018: Sweden vs. South Korea Live Updates
Two teams hoping to grab the second qualifying spot behind Germany face off. Stay here for live scoring, updates and analysis from Russia.
Carl Hall Is the King of Spin
You can keep your stinkin’ SoulCycle! Loyalists of this Crunch instructor are fierce.
Dele Alli and England Drop Their Guard and Their Past
A new coach, a new mind-set and a new generation of players have England’s team entering the World Cup with excitement, rather than dread, for a change.
After Dramatic Homer by Brandon Nimmo, the Mets Have a Winning Streak. Really.
Nimmo came through after ruminating about a scene from the “Major League II” baseball comedy — not your normal way to get motivated, but these are the Mets.
Tommy Fleetwood, Oh So Close
With a 63 on Sunday, Fleetwood matched a U.S. Open record but fell just short of forcing a playoff with Dustin Johnson.
On Old-Timers’ Day in the Bronx, It’s the New Guy Who Gets Jeered
Giancarlo Stanton heard it from Yankee fans as the team fell short against the Tampa Bay Rays, continuing what has been a less-than-stellar year for Stanton.
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Kane takes to world stage as England edge past Tunisia
England captain Harry Kane declared his arrival on soccer's biggest stage when he scored twice, including a stoppage-time winner, in a dramatic 2-1 victory over Tunisia as his team launched their World Cup campaign on Monday.