Skier Mikaela Shiffrin Disqualified From Second Olympic Race
Shiffrin began losing her balance and teetering out of control just four seconds and four gates in, swerving too far as she veered to her right.
On National Cancer Survivors Day, White Sox pitcher notches first win
Liam Hendriks got his first win of the MLB season Sunday night, just six months after being diagnosed with advanced stage blood cancer.
Nuggets 'outworked' by Heat in Game 2 of NBA Finals
The Heat came minutes away from returning home with a 2-0 series deficit. After Sunday's win, they head to Game 3 tied 1-1 with home-court advantage.
As sports betting grows, is the integrity of sports at risk?
Since 2018, billions of dollars in sports bets have been placed in 37 states following the Supreme Court's decision to legalize sports betting.
What's causing the unusual strandings and deaths among whales?
Scientists explain the causes behind unusual numbers of whale strandings and deaths on the U.S. Atlantic coast.
What is shrinkflation?
One man is trying to raise more awareness about this common practice.
Lawyer: Rep. Santos would go to jail to hide bond cosigner identities
The member of Congress said he would go to jail to protect the identities of those who cosigned a bond securing his pretrial jail release.