Federer Falls Short of a 100th Title. But He Does Get an Apology.
Alexander Zverev beats Federer at the ATP Finals in London and then says he’s sorry for the quirky way the match stopped during the second-set...
On Baseball: Free Agency 2018: Harper and Machado and, Oh Yeah, Everyone Else
The Yankees and Phillies are among the top possibilities for the two stars, who are both 26 years old and have 10 combined All-Star selections.
Nets 115, Wizards 104: N.B.A.: Nets Register First Victory Since Caris LeVert’s Ugly Injury
Also, the Knicks lost in New Orleans after fading in the fourth quarter, and Sue Bird joined the Nuggets’ front office.
Essay: A Concussion Lawsuit Has Been Settled. A Commissioner’s Legacy Is Unclear.
In an essay, Ken Dryden contends that Gary Bettman needs to look beyond the N.H.L’s legal victory last week if he truly cares how he is perceived...
Nascar Has Its Final Four Set to Go at Homestead-Miami Speedway
The Big Three — Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick and Martin Truex Jr. — will be joined by Joey Logano in Sunday’s championship field.
Another U.S.A. Gymnastics Executive Steps Down
Ron Galimore, the longtime chief operating officer for U.S.A. Gymnastics, became the latest high-profile departure from the embattled organization.
Lexi Thompson Takes a 3-Shot Lead at the CME Group Tour Championship
At the L.P.G.A.’s season-ending event, Thompson, 23, is seeking her first title of the year.
On Pro Basketball: The Rocky Rockets Settle Down and the Warriors Get Weird
Peace and wins may be breaking out in Houston. As for those guys from the Bay Area, it’s going in the other direction.
University of Houston football star gets into heated argument with coach over coat
Ed Oliver, a defensive tackle who plays for the University of Houston Cougars, became angry and shouted at Coach Major Applewhite on Thursday night.
Miami Marlins unveil 'vibrant' new logo, colors and uniforms
The Miami Marlins have debuted their new logo, colors and uniforms, hoping to rebrand the team.
On Pro Basketball: Carmelo Anthony: The Square-Peg Superstar
Another N.B.A. chapter ends poorly for Anthony, who always seems to be unable, or unwilling, to fit in.
On Golf: Swing Doctors? Top L.P.G.A. Players Prefer to Heal Themselves
More and more women’s pros are eschewing coaches. The secret, they say, is knowing your own swing.