Her quarterfinal matchup with Karolina Pliskova featured a foot fault, an undiagnosed maybe-injury, and an epic comeback
The Rams head coach is known as an X’s and O’s wunderkind, but the one situation he’s most conservative in could prove crucial going up against Bill Belichick and the Patriots
As bullpens swell and benches shrink, teams are looking for more productive players who moonlight at many positions—not just by necessity, but by design
The survivors detailed their experiences with the director in a story published in The Atlantic on Wednesday
As the collaboration comes to a seeming end, the latest entry into the franchise has all the glaring flaws of its predecessors
They are responsible for some of the biggest laugh riots of the past 30 years. Recently, they’ve trained their eyes toward more dramatic fare with ‘Vice’ and ‘Green Book,’ and the Academy is taking note. But the prestige films of these two class clowns have some serious differences.
And after an offseason in which no one seemed to want to join up with James, the player who left him is publically reevaluating their dynamic
The struggle over how to write baseball history is ongoing, but the inductions of Mariano Rivera, Edgar Martínez, Roy Halladay, and Mike Mussina signals that the sport has at least reached a turning point in understanding how the game has changed
California has long been known as a hotbed of football talent. Yet as research into the game’s dangers has spread, politicians, advocates, and parents have clashed over how to protect youth, high school, and college athletes. What happens to a state intractably divided by sport?
Tuesday’s Oscar nominations were good for ‘Roma’ and ‘The Favourite’—and anyone who likes suspense
Amanda Dobbins and Chris Ryan break down the 2019 Oscar nominations and narratives