The Lakers moved into August, traditionally one of the quietest NBA months before the preseason starts up at the end of September.
Tony Stewart will not race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway on Saturday night, the third consecutive NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race that Stewart will have missed since his involvement in a fatal accident.
Every once in a while, we need to revisit the soul of Dodger Blue Heaven. It should be made mandatory.
So Zack Greinke has an elbow problem, but not a particularly serious one?
The Angels? pennant hopes were dealt a serious blow Wednesday night when Garrett Richards, their best pitcher this season, suffered a patellar injury to his left knee during an 8-3 win over the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park.
Acknowledging that college football's new four-team playoff could someday inch toward a larger basketball-style tournament, we continue our Super 16 countdown, with No. 6, Auburn.
Los Alamos may be a government laboratory with lots of classified secrets, but it also guarantees its researchers intellectual freedom on a par with that enjoyed by university professors. Political scientist James Doyle says that freedom was violated when he was fired last month after questioning U.S. nuclear weapons doctrine in a published article. The New Mexico lab maintains that Doyle, a 17-year veteran of Los Alamos, wasn't fired, but laid off "due to the lack of available or anticipated funding in his area of expertise." (Virtually all the lab's funding comes from congressional appropriations.) According to an email from lab spokesman Kevin Roark, "the...