Who has been more impacted by injuries: Dodgers or Cardinals?
Injuries have hampered the Cardinals and Dodgers all season, but both are still in contention. We examine the impact of their injuries and give you the chance to vote on their playoff hopes.
Cubs activate Joe Nathan, add to bullpen
Joe Nathan joins a first-place club that has struggled with inconsistent bullpen work for much of the season.
Sanders Calls for Wasserman Schultz to Resign After Email Leaks
Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday that in the wake of the leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee, “Debbie Wasserman Schultz should resign, period” as chair of the DNC.“I told you long time ago that the DNC was not running a..
Russia won't be fully banned from Olympics, per report
The International Olympic Committee has decided against a complete ban of Russians from next month's Rio de Janeiro Olympics, a source told The Associated Press.
Olympic Panel Declines Total Ban on Russian Athletes for 2016
IOC Weighed Blanket Ban Over Russia's State-Directed Doping.
Clinton Campaign Chief Suggests Russians May Be Trying to Help Trump
Robby Mook cited experts saying Russians are behind the DNC email leak.
Uni Watch: Chris Sale not the first to protest uniform
If Chris Sale did take scissors to his team's uniforms, he may have set a new standard for uniform pushback, but he's just the latest in a long line to have strong feelings about what they wear.
Yankees nearing trade of closer Aroldis Chapman, per reports
Aroldis Chapman's days as closer for the Yankees are apparently numbered, with the team reportedly telling other squads it is near a trade of their left-handed closer.
Texas Roadhouse fires server over alleged racist tweet
A waitress has been fired after she took to social media to vent her frustration earlier this month.
White Sox scratch ace Chris Sale from scheduled Saturday start
The White Sox have scratched ace Chris Sale (14-3, 3.18 ERA) from tonight's start in Chicago against the Detroit Tigers.
IOC leaders stop short of complete ban on Russians from Rio
Olympic leaders stopped short Sunday of imposing a complete ban on Russia from the Rio de Janeiro Games, assigning individual global sports federations the responsibility to decide which athletes should be cleared to compete.