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4 Creative Takes On Golf In America

Leave it to resourceful Americans to tinker and toy with the royal and ancient game of golf.

MLB Home Teams Make History By Going 15-0

On Tuesday, for the first time in Major League Baseball history, all 15 home teams won.

In Spain's Soccer Tiffs, Government Intervenes Again

Long-standing disputes between the leaders of Spain's soccer organizations has forced the Spanish government to step in, this time to help resolve scheduling conflicts.

NFL 'Deflategate' Saga Continues With Both Sides Back In Federal Court

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots star Tom Brady were in court today to update a judge on settlement talks regarding the quarterback's four-game suspension.
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The Sounds Of The Goodman League, Southeast D.C.'s Basketball Haven

Goodman League

Rubber on asphalt. The rattle of the rim. There’s nothing like watching street ball in the summer. And the best in the city can be found in Southeast D.C. at the George Goodman League.


Deford: When 'Deflategate' Dust Settles, Put Goodell Out To Pasture

As NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and star quarterback Tom Brady head to court over "deflategate," commentator Frank Deford says it's time for Goodell to be replaced in the league's front office.

NFL's Effort To Combat Domestic Violence May Go For The Long Game

Last year's domestic violence scandal in the NFL spurred the league into action on an issue critics said had gone ignored for years. The problem continues — and so do the efforts to fight it.

Jets Quarterback Geno Smith 'Sucker-Punched' By Teammate, Left With Broken Jaw

Smith, who is the process of trying to resurrect his career with the Jets, will miss six to 10 weeks with the injury.

Track And Field Organization Tests Old Doping Samples, Suspends 28 Athletes

The samples from the championships held in Helsinki and Osaka had been stored under a revised anti-doping policy that provides for retesting.

This Basketball Ref Calls It Like She Sees It, On The Court And Off

Dorothy Okatch can stop a towering hoopster in his tracks. Now studying to become a social worker, she hopes to have the same impact off the court, "to make my call on what's going to happen next."