Storms interrupt PGA Championship at Baltusrol
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) — Thunderstorms shut down the PGA Championship on Saturday before 10 players could even hit a shot, setting up what could be a long, wet and wild conclusion to the final major of the year — whenever it ends.
Usain Bolt brings light to a sport in peril
Since he coasted to the 100-meter finish line in world-record time at the Bird's Nest eight years ago, Usain Bolt has been the smiling face of track and field. He has served as the anchorman of the Olympics — virtually the only reason any casual fan would pay attention to a sport that has orchestrated its own slow, sad, drug-infused downfall.
Sometimes there is something better than gold in Rio
AMSTERDAM (AP) — At the lowest point, when chemotherapy had turned Thomas Van der Plaetsen bald and weak at 23, even his brother, coach and biggest fan, Michael, thought chances for a comeback were minuscule. Now, barely a year and a half later, he is heading to the Rio Olympics as the European decathlon champion — and with a full head of hair.
Officials dismiss Trump's assertions about NFL and debates
WASHINGTON (AP) — Both the NFL and the Commission on Presidential Debates are rejecting Republican Donald Trump's assertions about the fall debates, which the billionaire businessman says have been rigged by his opponents to draw a smaller audience by scheduling two of them at the same time as a football game.
Broncos going against the grain again
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The Denver Broncos won the Super Bowl in an unorthodox manner and they're out to defend that title in an unconventional way as well.