O.J. Simpson earned parole unanimously from the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners. He will be released from prison on October 1, 2017.
The Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners casted a unanimous vote on Thursday to grant O.J. Simpson parole and allow him to be released from prison on Oct. 1, 2017.
Pawel Poljanski, a Polish cyclist competing in his first Tour de France, posted an Instagram photo on Tuesday that showed how his legs have fared after 2,829.5 kilometers on the one of the world’s most challenging bike courses.
Kim Clijsters rolling on the floor laughing in the middle of a doubles match at Wimbledon? It happened.
The Mayweather-McGregor news conference in Toronto took things to a new level, with both fighters doing their best to antagonize the other.
DJ Uiagalelei of St. John Bosco High School wins the longest throw competition at the QB Collective Camp in Westlake Village, California.
Serena Williams celebrates after winning the 2017 Australian Open in January. Today Serena Williams is known as a 23-time Grand Slam winner, a four-time Olympic gold medalist and the face of women’s tennis in the United States. Money and endorsements started pouring in for Williams after her first
A glitch during Fox Sports' broadcast of the Mayweather-McGregor news conference revealed a surprised sportscaster in a robe on live TV.
A fan created a campaign called “Run the Rock 2020” to help put the The Rock on the presidential ballot in 2020
A police report from June 9 shows the five-time Olympic medalist was responsible for a car accident that led to the death of another driver.
The NBA All-Star and former LA Clippers guard will move to Houston under a new trade deal that will allow him to benefit financially because of reduced state taxes in Texas.
A recent ruling by the Supreme Court to protect trademarks that could be considered “hate speech” raises new questions about the Washington football team’s logo.
The seven-time Grand Slam winner explained on the Dan Patrick Show Tuesday morning why he said what he did about Serena Williams in his NPR interview on Sunday.
After John McEnroe said Serena Williams would "be like 700 in the world" if she played in the men's circuit, the 23-time Grand Slam-winner retaliated with words of her own.
In an interview with NPR, McEnroe said that Serena Williams does not deserve the title "greatest of all time" because he does not think that she would be as successful if she played against the men