Swiss Skier Lara Gut Set for Early Comeback from Knee Injury
Swiss skier Lara Gut is set for an early return from a knee injury and plans to compete in Saturday's World Cup giant slalom.
Pitcher Chase Anderson Agrees to $11.75M Deal with Brewers
Right-hander Chase Anderson and the Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to an $11.75 million, two-year contract.
Wolfpack’s Abdul-Malik Abu Suffers Sprained Knee Ligament
North Carolina State's Abdul-Malik Abu has suffered a sprained knee ligament.
FIFA to Give 2018 World Cup Champion $38M from $400M Fund
The 2018 World Cup champion will get $38 million from a prize fund FIFA has increased by 12 percent to $400 million.
Lens Goalkeeper in Police Custody for Suspected Battery
Lens goalkeeper Nicolas Douchez is in police custody for suspected violence against his partner.
TV Viewers Drop 10 Percent from 2016 for World Series Game 2
Viewers for the second game of the World Series dropped 10 percent from last year, less than the 21 percent decline for the opener.
Vikings’ Forbath Named NFC Special Teams Player of Week
Minnesota Vikings kicker Kai Forbath has been named NFC special teams player of the week after kicking six field goals in Sunday's victory over Baltimore.
Wozniacki Beats Halep, Reaches Semifinals at WTA Finals
Caroline Wozniacki advanced to the semifinals at the WTA Finals by beating top-ranked Simona Halep 6-0, 6-2 Wednesday.
Browns Going Back to Rookie QB Kizer to Start in London
The Browns' quarterback roulette wheel has spun back to DeShone Kizer.
US Poker Star Phil Ivey Loses UK Case; Won’t Get Millions
A British Supreme Court ruling says American poker star Phil Ivey used illegitimate means to amass 7.7 million pounds in winnings.