Officials say Olympic Cancellation, No Fans Still an Option
Two officials in Japan’s ruling LDP party have suggested separately that the Tokyo Olympics could be in for some radical changes. One says they could be canceled.
NCAA Hits USC Basketball With 2 years’ Probation
The NCAA has hit Southern California’s men's basketball program with two years’ probation and a $5,000 fine because of a former assistant who violated NCAA ethical conduct rules.
Patriots Receiver Julian Edelman Announces Retirement
Citing a knee injury that cut his 2020 season short after just six games, receiver Julian Edelman says that he is retiring from the NFL after 11 seasons.
Truex is NASCAR’s First Repeat Cup Winner of Season
Martin Truex Jr. becomes NASCAR's first repeat winner of the season by battling his teammate Denny Hamlin in the last 15 laps at Martinsville Speedway.
Lou Gehrig Bat From 1938 Sells for Over $715,000
A bat Lou Gehrig used in 1938, sold for $715,120 at auction this weekend. The online bidding ended Saturday night.
Masters ’21: The 85th Masters Tournament at a Glance
It's the quickest turnaround in Masters history. The tournament starts 144 days after Dustin Johnson won by five shots at a record 20-under 268.
UConn’s Paige Bueckers is AP Women’s Player of the Year
UConn star Paige Bueckers is the first freshman ever to win The Associated Press women's basketball player of the year.
Baylor Beats Arkansas 81-72 for First Final Four in 71 Years
Baylor reached the Final Four for the first time in 71 years, getting 22 points from MaCio Teague and a dominating defensive performance from Davion Mitchell to beat Arkansas 81-72.
UCLA, USC Go From Late Night to NCAA Prime-time Spotlight
UCLA and Southern California are in the regional semifinals of the same men's NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007 and the third time overall.
An NCAA Hockey Tourney First: All 5 Minnesota Teams Are In
The NCAA men's hockey tournament bracket this year has a first: All five Division I programs from Minnesota made the 16-team field.