Companies buy first-ever Super Bowl ads, hope to gain attention in...

Little Caesars pizza chain, Facebook and the running brand Saucony will buy their first Super Bowl ads ever this year, taking advantage of one of the last events that enjoys a large live audience in a...

Giants likely hiring Freddie Kitchens as staff comes together

MOBILE, Ala. — Joe Judge is putting the finishing touches on his staff, conducting interviews while down south at the Senior Bowl. The Giants wanted the 38-year old Judge to assemble a group sprink…

Eddie Jones’ England rebuild complicated by future of his Saracens | Paul Rees

Youth will be added for the Six Nations to a core group distracted by impending relegation at their club

UFC 246 payday figures reveal HUGE GAP between Conor McGregor and rival Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone

Conor McGregor has boasted that he will make as much as $80 million from his UFC 246 main event with Donald Cerrone on Saturday night, though much of that will come in the form of ancillary payments and deals outside of the UFC.

Rangers’ specialty teams starting to get it done

It was one of the Rangers’ better penalty kills of the season, and it showed how their man-down group is starting to come together. After Tony DeAngelo took a frustrating interference penalty early…

Paul Tagliabue, NFL Films' Steve Sabol, Lions' Alex Karras among 13 to join Hall of Fame

The former commish joins a group that includes the Eagles' Harold Carmichael, two Chicago Bears and Alex Karras, who found more fame in Hollywood.

Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev 'set for Istanbul' after Bulgarian drops Facebook clue

Anthony Joshua is set to defend his world titles against Kubrat Pulev, now details have emerged over a potential contest later this year.

NFL notebook: Ingram getting closer to return

Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II returned to practice Thursday and participated for the first time since injuring his calf in Week 16 -- albeit mostly limited work with the rehab group.

Dentsu employee helping Tokyo Olympics ceremonies punished for...

An employee at Japan's largest advertising agency Dentsu Group Inc, who had been helping design the opening and closing ceremonies of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, has been punished for allegations of...

'Nice and tidy': Russia beat Norway to advance to ATP Cup quarterfinals

Russian tennis players put on a superb display at the ATP Cup group stage, breezing through all of their matches and reaching the knockout phase of the newly-introduced tournament.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic statue torn down outside Sweden's Malmo stadium after being hacked off at ankles

'The best way to solve it is if it is removed and put somewhere in Stockholm or something,' said vice-chairman of Malmo supporter group

‘He’s not messing around’: Medvedev beats Isner to bring Team Russia win at ATP Cup

Russian tennis ace Daniil Medvedev breezed to victory over America’s John Isner to cement his team’s lead in Group D at the inaugural ATP Cup in Australia.