Yesterday, we learned that French authorities are planning to investigate allegations of emissions fraud involving diesels made by Fiat Chrysler, Volkswagen, Renault, and PSA Group. Now we've learned that Daimler diesels are also the subject of a probe--this one conducted by German officials. That shouldn't be much of a surprise. Volkswagen's...
Four months ago, Costa Rica tore apart Jurgen Klinsmann's Team USA 4-0. That ugly defeat cost the coach his job and left the USMNT bottom of their six-team 2018 World Cup qualifying group, "The Hex."
What we watched was a dismal performance marred by individual mistakes and collective apathy. It wasn't just that the Americans lost; it was that a team whose reputation was built on graft and togetherness looked splintered and disinterested.
"We don't see the heart that used to be so evident," beIN Sports commentator Phil Schoen said on the coverage. "It seems as though it has been...more
Kurt Angle is set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on March 31, but Triple H didn't shoot down the idea of the Olympic gold medalist returning to in-ring action when asked about it Tuesday.
During an interview with Peter Rosenberg on ESPN's Cheap Heat (h/t William Windsor of WrestlingInc.com), The Game kept hope alive for another Angle match in WWE, but made it clear that getting to that point will require a process:
Yeah, but I think that we were very clear with Kurt, I've been very clear with Kurt in every conversation on this topic, it's a proving ground, right? So he did...more
A few miles from downtown—where "For Rent" signs dangle in dusty windows of former gas stations, furniture stores and other shuttered businesses that line the main drag—a chestnut and white pitbull snarls in the gravel driveway of Lancaster, South Carolina's most famous citizen.
And the NCAA tournament's breakout star.
"Country!" Sindarius Thornwell's mother shouts as she bursts through the screen door and onto the porch of her tiny, one-bathroom home. "Stop that barking!"
The reigning SEC Player of the Year at South Carolina, Sindarius hasn't made the hourlong drive from Columbia ...more
NEW YORK — When Marshall Plumlee signed with the New York Knicks in July, he was quickly confronted by a dilemma all residents of the city know well.
Like many of his teammates, Plumlee, a native of Warsaw, Indiana, took up residence in a plush apartment in downtown White Plains, a Westchester County city about 27 miles north of Manhattan. From there, he could get to the team's sequestered practice facility in just about 10 minutes.
However, living outside the city also meant having to navigate through a labyrinth of highways and turnpikes—not to mention ornery Manhattan cabbi...more