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Minnesota's Maya Moore has won the WNBA most valuable player award after leading the league in scoring.
More American kids are harboring dreams of becoming the next David Beckham or Leo Messi.
Here are the sports headlines making news today, Thursday, Aug. 21.
Tony Stewart will skip this weekend's NASCAR race at the Bristol Motor Speedway.
The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable team for an eighth consecutive year.
The artists are among those being considered to perform for the halftime show of the NFL's biggest game.
Five-times major winner Phil Mickelson has set his sights on a campaign to realize a golfing dream at the Rio Olympics.
The win puts Las Vegas in Saturday's U.S. title game and sends Philadelphia into an elimination game on Thursday night against Chicago's Jackie Robinson team.
Browns coach Mike Pettine has picked Brian Hoyer as starting quarterback over rookie Johnny Manziel.
Jim Kelly shows no evidence of sinus cancer three months after the Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback completed radiation and chemotherapy treatments.
Former major league pitcher Curt Schilling says he's battling mouth cancer and blames 30 years of chewing tobacco use.
Seven people accused of walking through an unlocked door at the home of former Miami Heat player Ray Allen have been charged with trespassing.
Serena Williams has been top-seeded for the U.S. Open where she will seek to win the women's singles title for a third consecutive year.
Thirteen-year-old Mo'ne Davis is a young ace pitcher exploding on the scene for "throwing like a girl."
Here is the latest sports news making headlines today, Wednesday, Aug. 20.
Minnesota reached a settlement with former punter Chris Kluwe over his claim that he was released by the team for supporting same-sex marriage.
A cancer survivor and hero to millions, Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France victories and banned for life from racing.
The Ohio State Buckeyes will be without their star quarterback in 2014.
Browns coach Mike Pettine's decision became tougher after Hoyer and Manziel played poorly in an exhibition loss at Washington on Monday night.
The New York Islanders have announced that the team is being sold to a former Washington Capitals co-owner and a London-based investor.