His essay announcing his return to Cleveland seems designed to signal that he's not the same guy who enraged the nation with The Decision.
America's loss hurts. But fans should still be proud of what the team accomplished.
The Red Devils excel at wearing down opponents, but injuries to top players have left them vulnerable.
America can advance, even with a loss. But a win would be hugely significant.
The Masters offered a peek at what golf will look like once Woods fully fades out of contention—and with golf participation dropping and no "next Tiger" solidly in place, the outlook is grim.
Objectors to the NLRB's ruling that student-athletes can unionize are glossing over the fact that student-athletes meet all the criteria to be considered employees of their schools.
Rankings expert and college professor Tim Chartier explains how he uses math to come up with an almost-perfect March Madness formula.
Canada swept hockey again, but the looming possibility that the league could reinstate its ban on Olympic participation could change the landscape for 2018.
To be fair, that could change this week. But Canada has been better for the last 90 years.
An NHL game can't end the way Team USA's dramatic victory over Russia did. Which reopens a familiar debate: Should the league adopt Olympic hockey's rules?
Ever since players from the North American pro hockey league began competing in the Games, coaches have found innovative ways to capitalize on their team chemistry.
Wednesday's preliminary match was totally thrilling. Just imagine what it'll be like if the two superpowers of the women's game meet again for the top Olympic prize.
A guide to the athletes and action on the ice at the Winter Olympics
Broncos vs. Patriots, Niners vs. Seahawks—what to watch for on Sunday, whose legacies are at stake, and why it could start raining candy in Washington
Neither World Cup nor Olympics authorities seem to mind Qatar's and Russia's human rights violations, so it's up to consumers, players, and sponsors to take action themselves.
Mickelson certainly plays like Palmer, and comparisons have surfaced in the days since Mickelson's British Open win. But only Tiger has revitalized the sport like Palmer did.
After a few testy regular-season encounters, the Heat's hotshot coach Erik Spoelstra and the Spurs' legendary Gregg Popovich have unfinished business to settle in the Finals.
The Oakland Athletics' overruled home run this week shows again that subjective on-field rulings are an unreliable, often unfair way to officiate MLB games.
The University of Louisville is in a unique situation heading into the college-basketball semifinals: Its women's team is a giant-killer, and its men's team is a giant.
For the first time in decades, the team is expected to finish below .500. Analysts' dismal forecasts could be disastrous for the franchise—or a blessing in disguise.