Nearly 200 protesters showed up on Wall Street Friday to voice their displeasure with New York's decision to ban FanDuel and DraftKings, the online fantasy sports platforms.
New Yorkers have a chance to see international soccer stars do their thing when the New York City Football Club takes on the Montreal Impact.
Despite U.S. women's soccer team's big win at the World Cup, sponsors have only contributed a quarter of the money needed for Friday's ticker-tape celebration in NYC. That's not unusual.
Bill Simmons leaving ESPN is a sad day, but also a testament of how hard he works, and what a bright future lies ahead.
It's all about the Shield -- otherwise known as the NFL logo. Except it isn't. It's about jealousy and incompetence, all of which starts at the top.
Brock Lesnar hit wrestling fans with a surprise announcement Tuesday, when he announced he renewed his contract with the World Wrestling Entertainment organization.
Peter Bommarito explains the business of a sports-training company leading up to the NFL scouting combine.
If you're complaining about Katy Perry this year, just be grateful that she isn't a 3-D Elvis impersonator.
Tickets prices are down for both NFL conference championship games, but prices for Super Bowl tickets are up.
Goviva President Robert Tuchman explains how college football is gaining ground on the National Football League in terms of both money and popularity.