The breakaway plan by 12 elite clubs was based on the idea that their global brands were powerful enough to bulldoze opposition. They were wrong.
A powerful cabal of soccer powerhouses crumples amid outrage. Do fans have more power than previously thought?
A long-forlorn NBA franchise revives under a defense-first head coach. Can its loyal but aggrieved fan base start dreaming about a playoff run?
A trio of victories marks a stirring return for an aging cycling legend once left behind by the sport.
North Texas ace Hope Trautwein has an NCAA afternoon for the ages—21 hitters, 21 strikeouts.
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