FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Thursday warned the United States and President Donald Trump that banning travelers from six Muslim-majority countries could negatively affect the country’s chances of hosting the 2026 World Cup.
Britney Spears is money from free-throw range in a video she posted Wednesday of herself playing basketball.
But the 35-year-old singer’s between-the-legs bounce pass needs work. Practice makes perfect, Brit, so, baby, one more time.
I was terrified when I saw that HBO was planning a series of documentary-style specials on the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team.
Don’t get me wrong. UConn: The March To Madness, which began last Wednesday and continues this Wednesday at 10 p.m.
Nike has created an athletic product specifically for Muslim women.
The company revealed that the “Nike Pro Hijab,” a performance head cover, will hit stores early next year.
NFL player Mark Ingram took an off-season trip to London this week and said he experienced an upsetting racial encounter during what was intended to be an evening of fun.
Ingram, who plays for the New Orleans Saints, said on Twitter that he and five of his friends, all of whom are black, had dinner at an upscale restaurant Monday night before heading to the nightclub Cirque le Soir, where Ingram said he had reservations.
J-Lo + A-Rod = ?
Sometimes NBA players are criticized for not playing their hardest. At least when it comes to the Phoenix Suns’ gorilla mascot, fans can be sure he’s leaving it all on the floor.
Laurie Hernandez knows that her accomplishments could inspire young Latinas hoping for Olympic greatness.
The 16-year-old gymnast, gold medalist, best-selling author and “Dancing With The Stars” winner is one the many subjects of MTV and the Association of National Advertisers’ #SeeHer campaign.
Amar’e Stoudemire was recognized for his philanthropic efforts Sunday night.
The retired NBA center/power forward and current star player of Israel’s Hapoel Jerusalem basketball club received the Martin Luther King Jr. Award, which honors individuals for their efforts to promote diversity and tolerance.
ATLANTA ― Curtis Wylde wasn’t expecting to become one of Missouri’s representatives to the Democratic National Committee.
The Brazil Open wrapped up on Monday with Uruguay’s Pablo Cuevas winning the title — but the real stars of the tennis tournament have four legs and, if we’re being honest, not-so-great form.
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NFL Free Agency is coming and it fills franchises and their fans with high hopes that signing the right players can transform their team and set it on the path to the Super Bowl.
A California mother-of-four is using Instagram to spread an empowering message about weight and body image.
For the past eight months, mom and photographer Adrienne Osuna has been posting side-by-side photos of her body at roughly the same weight but at different points in time.