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Basketball's 2010 season begins in the US, but needs a little help from overseas.
There is every reason to expect that the hallmarks of Red Sox ownership will be repeated in Liverpool — and result in a revitalized team.
Corruption is one of several reasons for declining interest in Italy's most beloved sport.
A conversation with filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick about their film, "The Tenth Inning."
Basketball is the second fastest growing sport in India, with 4 million now playing the game.
Olympic Committee adds insult to injury by allowing athletes to engage in politics during games.
As 1992 Dream Team is honored at basketball's hall of fame, a look at their legacy.
The US embraced the World Cup, but what happens in the 4 years until the next one?
Belatedly, Armstrong calls it a day, but the doping investigators are just getting started.
Review: Anthology touches on the famous, the familiar and a Brooklyn-born matador.
From golden boy to forgotten man, Justin Rose rises from the ashes of English sports to show the Open who's boss.
Whole world watches final, including many US viewers, which bodes well for the sport.
Spain's beautiful game will by tested by Netherlands' passionate play.
Drama promised in semifinals between Germany and Spain, Netherlands and Uruguay.
Armstrong is back to take the Tour — the "Tour de Lance" that is.
We have witnessed, arguably, the best performance by an US team in World Cup history.
Most memorable African moment on the field so far was a bad call by a ref from Mali.
Swiss star may not be at his peak, but he could still seize victory on the fabled grass.
First 16 games in South Africa show few goals and a quirky new ball.
Woods needs to regain success as much as golf needs a champion.