- Lightning strike: Tampa Bay beats Rangers, will play for Cup
May 30, 20151:07 AM ET
NEW YORK (AP) — The only history the Tampa Bay Lightning were interested in was what they would create.
- Blatter wins re-election despite FIFA corruption scandal
May 29, 20154:24 PM ET
ZURICH (AP) — In the end, nothing could stop Sepp Blatter.
- What lies ahead for FIFA and Sepp Blatter in his 5th term
May 29, 20153:10 PM ET
ZURICH (AP) — The FIFA election is won and done. Sepp Blatter's problems, however, are far from over.
- THE LATEST: Police raid businesses named in FIFA indictment
May 29, 20156:12 PM ET
ZURICH (AP) — The latest on FIFA developments:
- Belichick avoids direct answers on deflated footballs
May 29, 20158:40 PM ET
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Coach Bill Belichick shed little light Friday in his first public remarks since the report was issued on the Patriots' use of deflated footballs.
- LeBron on stopping him or Stephen Curry: "You can't"
May 29, 20156:25 PM ET
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio (AP) — With a week to get ready for the NBA Finals, the Cavaliers have a check list of things to get done before Game 1.
- Warriors guard Klay Thompson diagnosed with concussion
May 29, 20155:23 PM ET
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The initial hit caused Klay Thompson plenty of pain. The final diagnosis delivered another blow to him and the Golden State Warriors as they prepare for the NBA Finals.
- Spieth in contention after rain alters course at Nelson
May 29, 201510:38 PM ET
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Jordan Spieth wasn't sure what par was at his hometown AT&T Byron Nelson and thinks it actually might have helped him through some frustrating early holes.
- Game 7 showdown in West finals welcomed by Ducks, Blackhawks
May 29, 201510:34 PM ET
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Getzlaf and Jonathan Toews agree that the pain of a Game 7 defeat in the Stanley Cup playoffs doesn't really go away.
- So far, so very good for Roger Federer at the French Open
May 29, 20156:33 PM ET
PARIS (AP) — One of Roger Federer's 5-year-old twin daughters had her nose buried in a comic book. The other was glued to a mobile phone. Shame, really, that they didn't look up, because the tennis their father wove on the French Open center court verged on art.