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Guests will have to sign a confidentiality agreement before they can attend.
The Kansas City Chiefs is changing the way football franchises view their most important fans.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Thursday, Aug. 28.
USC's star cornerback Josh Shaw admits to lying about how he injured his ankles.
The Jackie Robinson West All Stars, Chicago's first all-black team to claim the U.S. title, were welcomed home in a big way.
USC coach Steve Sarkisian says the Trojans are "extremely disappointed in Josh." Shaw is a team captain and a key starter
Browns star wide receiver Josh Gordon has been suspended by the NFL one year for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Critics of the NFL's arbitrary policy toward domestic violence point to the contrast between the punishments
Despite boasting 34 grand slam singles titles between them, Serena Williams and Roger Federer were forced to share the spotlight with a 15-year-old.
CBS said Tuesday the weekly hour-long, prime-time program on the cable channel will be the first of its kind.
The newest proposal for repurposing the landmark envisions turning the stadium into the world's largest indoor park.
Chicago's beloved Little League champions are getting their own parade, from their ballpark on the city's South Side to Millennium Park downtown.
The Associated Press will recognize the NFL's top assistant coach with a new award beginning this season.
Critics of the NFL's arbitrary policy toward domestic violence say it's time for the league to crack down on players who hurt women.
A look at the big sports stories you'll be talking about today, Wednesday, Aug. 27.
Manchester United has signed Argentina midfielder Angel Di Maria from Real Madrid for a British-record fee of 59.7 million pounds ($99 million).
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers addressed a need to upgrade their struggling offensive line by obtaining six-time Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins from the New England Patriots for tight end Tim Wright and a draft pick.
USC is looking into whether the star player actually hurt himself the way he says he did.
A steamy first day proved more than a little stressful for several of the U.S. Open favorites.
Officials from the NFL, FIFA and other sports organizations are banding together for better ways to identify and treat concussions.