Rejoice, left-handed people: You might have a distinct advantage in sports
Violins, cameras, school desks, computer mouses, can openers - these are just a few items that demonstrate how routinely disadvantaged left-handers are in this world. One...
6 hours ago - National Post
Wrapping Up the 2017 Season with Paul Annacone
On this week's episode, Paul Annacone joins the podcast to wrap-up the 2017 tennis season and look ahead to 2018.
7 hours ago - SI
Billie Jean King's ‘Battle of the Sexes' racket to hit auction block
The tennis racket used by Billie Jean King during the epic “Battle of the Sexes” match is set to sell for $200,000 at auction. On September 20, 1973, Wimbledon Champion Billie...
7 hours ago - New York Post
14 Royals-Inspired Gift Ideas for the Holidays
Whether the people on your shopping list have a Kate-Middleton-playing-tennis kind of vibe or prefer Prince George's principal's first-day-of-school style, this Royal Gift...
7 hours ago - Vanity Fair
Mailbag: The Player of The Year Debate, Plus a Tribute to Jana Novotna
A tribute to Jana Novotna, a look at the rivalry between Djokovic and Nadal and more year-end discussion on the 2017 season.
8 hours ago - SI
Gatorade Teams Up With Serena Williams To Keep Girls Playing Sports
This week Gatorade launched a new spot featuring tennis star, Serena Williams, with a clear message to girls: keep playing sports. While it's probably not going to win any...
8 hours ago - Forbes
Maria Sharapova Investigated By Indian Police In Housing Fraud Case
Maria Sharapova is being investigated by police in India in a cheating and criminal conspiracy case involving a real estate company.
9 hours ago - SI - 2 articles
Maria Sharapova Being Investigated by Indian Police in Housing Fraud Case
Tennis star Maria Sharapova is being investigated by police for her potential involvement in a housing fraud case in India. According to Muneeza Naqvi of the Associated Press...
9 hours ago - Bleacher Report - 2 articles
Maria Sharapova investigated for real estate conspiracy
NEW DELHI - Maria Sharapova is being investigated by police in India in a cheating and criminal conspiracy case involving a real estate company who used the tennis star to...
9 hours ago - New York Post
Grand Slam Events Take Steps to Curb Mid-Match Retirements
Injured players will no longer have to hobble on to court to get prize money, according to new rules for Grand Slam events, which also include a measure related to pace-of-play.
23 hours ago - NY Times
The headlines of News BreaK
Woman raises money for homeless man who spent $20 to help her
A New Jersey woman who was helped by a homeless man when she ran out of gas is raising money to help the man recover.
NY Attorney General investigating Uber data breach
New York law requires that companies notify the Attorney General and consumers if data is stolen.
Doug Jones campaign releases ad targeting allegations against Roy Moore
A race in Alabama to fill a U.S. Senate seat is continuing to focus on sexual assault allegations against Republican nominee Roy Moore.
Disgusting gymnastics doctor pleads guilty to sexual assaults
LANSING, Mich. - A sports doctor accused of molesting girls while working for USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University pleaded guilty Wednesday to multiple charges of...
Airline defendants to pay $95 million in 9/11 settlement
Insurers for aviation defendants have agreed to pay $95 million to settle claims that security lapses led planes to be hijacked in the Sept. 11 attacks.
Tillerson: Myanmar clearly 'ethnic cleansing' the Rohingya
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has shifted his stance on the Myanmar government's actions against the Rohingya Muslim minority in the country.
Police: Prostitution ring run out of senior living facility
Police say one of the suspects used his apartment at a senior living facility as a place to conduct the prostitution.
Bosnian Serb military chief Ratko Mladic found guilty of genocide, sentenced...
Former Bosnian Serb wartime army leader Ratko Mladic has been sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after being found guilty of genocide over atrocities committed during the...
JFK birth centennial ending on assassination anniversary
A year of events marking the 10th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's birth is drawing to a close exactly 54 years after his assassination
Dad, girlfriend charged after disabled son dies of septic shock from bed sores
A Vermont medical examiner described the man's wounds as "some of the most disgusting sores he had ever seen in his career."