An Italian nonprofit organizes soccer matches inside the country’s prisons in an effort to foster healthy relationships between inmates and their children.
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The Carolina Panthers said that Erskine Bowles, a Clinton administration official and a minority owner of the team, would oversee the investigation.
A court in Brazil has demanded FIFA immediately stop issuing a vanishing spray to referees after a patent dispute with its inventor.
Unbeaten in the league, and winners of 15 in a row, Manchester City will look to keep its stellar record intact when it hosts Tottenham on Saturday.
The former Knicks star makes his New York return on Saturday night, and he will arrive here as a member of a Thunder team not doing all that great.
Pittsburgh has a shot at clinching home-field advantage in the playoffs. Big games in the A.F.C. West and N.F.C. West could help decide those divisions.
Smog, traffic, security concerns — all are issues the league is assessing. But there are lots of reasons to think it might move aggressively into Mexico.
In its megadeal with 21st Century Fox, Disney acquired 22 regional sports networks that it believes will complement ESPN. It’s unclear how that will happen.
Francesa, who has dominated New York’s sports talk-radio scene for decades, is ending his show this week amid major shifts in the industry.
The Knicks’ new franchise player injured his knee against the Nets on Thursday night and is listed as questionable for Saturday’s game.
Seizing on one of baseball’s big trends, the Mets center fielder is hoping to hit more balls in the air and over the outfield walls.
Eberle, acquired from Edmonton in June, has rarely lived outside Western Canada. But he has found chemistry with his line mates and a comfortable routine in the city.
He was the first BMX rider to land an incredibly difficult move called the double flair. He also set two world records.
In the first two N.H.L. games, on Dec. 19, 1917, goalies were not allowed to drop to the ice to make a save. The rule was changed a few weeks later.
Marco Polo Del Nero has remained in power in Brazil despite being charged by American authorities with racketeering and money laundering in 2015.