Figure Skater Nathan Chen Sets World Record In Short Program
Nathan Chen won the first part of his much-anticipated showdown with two-time Olympic champion Yuzuru Hanyu.
Judge says NCAA's NIL rules may break antitrust, harm college athletes
The ruling undercuts what has been a core NCAA principle: that third parties cannot pay recruits to attend a particular school.
MLB players issue complaints about new see-through pants
"I know everyone hates them," was one comment from an MLB player talking about the new uniforms, designed by Nike and manufactured by Fanatics.
Will college athletes unionize? We'll soon find out
The Dartmouth men's basketball team will vote on whether it wants to unionize, in yet another step that could further erode the power of the NCAA.
Alabama lawmakers introduce bills to protect IVF treatments
Alabama House Democrats introduced a bill that would clarify that "any fertilized human egg or embryo" stored outside of a uterus is not a child.
$454 million judgment against Trump is finalized
The procedural step makes official a verdict that puts the former president on the hook for the large fine plus interest.
NRA and Wayne LaPierre found liable in lawsuit over group's spending
A jury found former NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre misspent millions of dollars of the group’s money on pricey perks for himself.