LAFC player's claim of racial slur probed by Portland Timbers, others
LAFC's Adama Diomande alleged on social media that he was called 'the N-word' during a U.S. Open Cup game Wednesday in Portland.
3 hours ago - Sporting News - 2 articles
A look at 5 memorable moments at Glen Abbey as it hosts its 30th Canadian Open
Glen Abbey Golf Club hosts the Canadian Open for the 30th - and possibly final - time next week. Here are five of the top moments at the club, which first hosted Canada's lone...
7 hours ago - National Post
The International Champions Cup Futures Youth Soccer Tournament Has Lofty Goals
The International Champions Cup Futures is aiming to become the world's largest youth tournament, inviting players from top European, MLS development and U.S. all-star...
8 hours ago - SI
American Soccer's Future May Be In Trouble. Can The International Champions Cup Help Save It?
After putting on El Clasico in Miami and the Manchester Derby in Houston last year, the International Champions Cup is doing even more this year to grow interest in soccer in...
8 hours ago - Forbes
LAFC semifinal spot in U.S. Open Cup is in doubt over eligibility of Mark-Anthony Kaye
Despite LAFC beating the Portland Timbers 3-2 on Wednesday, its Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup status remains in doubt because of a dispute over the eligibility of midfielder...
20 hours ago - Los Angeles Times
Ovechkin, U.S. women's Olympic team big winners at ESPY Awards
Hockey has a good night at the ESPY Awards Wednesday.
21 hours ago - NBC Sports
Vegas Golden Knights, U.S. Army agree to end trademark dispute
The U.S. Army filed a notice of opposition in January.
21 hours ago - NBC Sports - 4 articles
Golden Knights, Army reach trademark coexistence agreement
Amicable resolution reached after the Army filed a notice of opposition with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in January.
21 hours ago - Review Journal - 4 articles
Golden Knights, U.S. Army End Trademark Dispute, Enter Coexistence Agreement
Vegas Golden Kights franchise and U.S. Army reach 'coexistence' agreement in ongoing trademark dispute.
22 hours ago - SI - 4 articles
U.S. Open Cup On Hold as Officials Try to Figure Out the Rules
Los Angeles F.C. defeated the Portland Timbers, 3-2, in the quarterfinals. But the presence of too many foreign-born players might disqualify them.
23 hours ago - NY Times
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NFL, NFLPA freeze anthem rules amid backlash to Miami's policy
The NFL's two-month-old national anthem policy is on hold.
Over 100 Ex-Ohio State Students Accuse Former School Doctor Of Sexual Misconduct
Dr. Richard Strauss, who died in 2005, is accused of sexually assaulting students during his 40-year tenure at OSU.
Tour de France 2018: Peter Sagan completes hat trick after bunch sprint
While many of the leading sprinters failed to make it as far as Stage 13, Peter Sagan showed he's still going strong at the Tour de France.
Andrew Luck injury update: Colts QB 'good to go' for training camp
Luck, 28, will not be limited as he returns to the practice field. However, he is expected to take some days off during training camp.
This call was so bad it cost two umpires their season
You're out! That's what the Mexican Baseball League told two of its umpires by suspending them for the rest of the season after they combined for one the most egregious blown...
Patriots' Julian Edelman's won't sue over 4-game suspension, report says
Julian Edelman reportedly has chosen to accept his four-game suspension for using a banned performance-enhancing substance.
Raptors GM: ‘I do apologize to DeMar DeRozan'
Reports indicated earlier this summer that Masai Ujiri had discussions with DeRozan and told him he would not be traded.
NFL finally realizes new anthem policy is a mess
The NFL's two-month old national anthem policy is on hold. Hours after The Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the anthem...
Tiger Woods score: Round 2 recap, highlights from the British Open
Updates and results from Tiger Woods' second round at the British Open at Carnoustie.
Russian soccer club cancel new player contract after fans protest because...
A teenaged soccer player has had his contract cancelled by Russian second-division side Torpedo Moscow, just six days after signing it - because fans of the club did not want...