After France won the World Cup over Croatia on Sunday, "The Daily Show" host joked, "Africa won the World Cup."
France advanced with a win over Belgium in the first semifinal, while Croatia earned its berth with a 2-1 defeat of England.
Here & Now's Lisa Mullins checks in on the week's top sports storylines with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
Host Robin Young speaks with Here & Now sports analyst Mike Pesca about who the underdogs are and whether Americans will be watching.
The playoffs in the NHL and NBA could both come to a close this week. Here & Now sports analyst Mike Pesca joins host Robin Young to break the series...
The league issued new rules Wednesday requiring players to either stand for the national anthem or stay in the locker room.
How much difference does a coach make? Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson explores the question with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
The NBA playoffs are down to the final four. In the NHL, the conference final matchups will be decided Thursday night.
A ruling that could open the floodgates on sports betting is expected from the Supreme Court soon.
Here & Now's Eric Westervelt discusses the inexact science of picking the next Tom Brady with sports analyst Mike Pesca.
At this time a year ago, the Golden Knights didn't have a single player on their roster.
The defending champions are stumbling into the postseason after losing 10 of their last 17 games.
ESPN+ is set to launch later this month. Sports analyst Mike Pesca weighs in, and also discusses Major League Baseball trends so far this season.
Pro basketball and hockey are also winding down their respective regular seasons, and getting ready for the playoffs.
After a wild first weekend, the NCAA men's basketball tournament tips off once again Thursday night. The women's Sweet 16 games tip off Friday.
The first round of the NCAA college basketball tournament tips off Thursday; the No. 1 seeds are Villanova, Virginia, Xavier and Kansas.
Many of the players remain unsigned despite their union filing a grievance with four major league teams.
It's when teams purposely lose in order to help rebuild in the future. The practice is also rampant in Major League Baseball.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson gets a preview from sports analyst Mike Pesca ahead of Friday night's opening ceremonies in South Korea.
Sports analyst Mike Pesca previews the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots meeting in Super Bowl LII on Sunday.