Accelerating the pace of engineering and science.
There have been trades, trade rumors and front-office shake-ups that have NBA fans wondering what will happen next.
Cox was the first person to swim the Strait of Magellan and around the Cape of Good Hope. But in 2012, she developed a dangerously fast heart rate.
Ron Whitten has a special connection to the 2017 U.S. Open golf championship. But he's not playing on the course.
It took Tripp, Chris and Trevor Burd four days to travel 750 miles from Port Townsend, Washington, to Ketchikan, Alaska.
The ball game has been a bipartisan tradition in Washington for over 100 years.
The Warriors won Game 5 of the NBA Finals Tuesday night, 129-120, to take home their second championship in three years.
32-year-old Tripp, 30-year-old Chris and 28-year-old Trevor Burd will launch their 28-foot sailboat from Port Townsend, Washington, on Thursday.
It's the third edition of the zany, 750-mile race from Washington state to Alaska, which has two basic rules: no motors and no support crews.
The Predators are two games away from a Stanley Cup, but some fans trace their enthusiasm for hockey back much further.
It's a rematch of the last two NBA Finals. Here & Now's Robin Young checks in with sports analyst John U. Bacon.
The longtime writer for Sports Illustrated died Sunday at his home in Key West, Florida. He was 78.
Tax revenue from Uganda's gambling industry has shot up by more than 4,500 percent since 2003.
The Cleveland Cavaliers can book a trip to the Finals with a win in Game 5 of their series the Boston Celtics on Thursday night.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson checks in with sports analyst Mike Pesca for how the postseason is progressing in both leagues.
The Celtics are counting on their point guard Isaiah Thomas, who is coping with the recent death of his younger sister.
This week, Boston's Fenway Park has been the scene of racial slurs directed at Baltimore Orioles player Adam Jones.
The Baltimore Orioles center fielder says he was racially taunted by Boston fans during a game at Fenway Park on Monday night.
The time would be nearly three minutes faster than the current record for men. Journalist Ed Caesar tells us more about three runners making an attempt.
Expedition organizers say Swiss climber Ueli Steck was killed in a mountaineering accident near Mount Everest in Nepal on Sunday.
The policy bans any incoming freshman or transfer student athlete with a history of sexual abuse or domestic violence from competition.