As 2019 draws to a close, it’s time to take stock of all those we’ve lost from the world of showbusiness and entertainment.
From Albert Finney in February right up to the tragic loss of Gary Rhodes in November, we’ve lost some true titans in 2019.
The league announced Tuesday that players will be routinely checked for foreign substances starting June 21.
Ronaldo now has 11 goals across five Euro tournaments.
It was all downhill for the Canadiens after a solid opening period. Here are five takeaways from Game 1.
How will the Raptors cope with Pascal Siakam's injury, and what moves could they make this offseason?
Tyler Glasnow left Tampa Bay's win over the White Sox on Monday night after four innings with elbow inflammation.
The Vegas Golden Knights didn't have their best in Game 1 versus the Montreal Canadiens, but it proved to be more than enough.
Eriksen posted his first social media update since he collapsed during Saturday's Euro 2020 match.
Barkley complained he wasn't able to make a certain joke anymore.
How do tens of thousands of people from around the world descend on one location and avoid COVID-19? Tokyo Olympics organizers have a plan.
All fantasy managers are not the same, so figuring out tendencies can lead to more trades that help your team. Fred Zinkie examines common traits to look for in leaguemates.
There'll never be an official 'Canada's team' as many non-Canadiens fans have no interest in rooting for the North Division winner.
All eyes were on Joel Embiid as he retreated to the locker room with Philadelphia 76ers general manager Elton Brand between the first and second quarters of Game 4.
DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Tua Tagovailoa threw five interceptions in practice on Tuesday. Worse, all those giveaways came with the player who picked off more passes than anyone else in the NFL last season nowhere to be found. Xavien Howard was a no-show for the first day of the Miami Dolphins' three-day mandatory minicamp, with coach Brian Flores saying it was “a contract situation" — a clear indication that the All-Pro cornerback who led the NFL with 10 interceptions last season wants to renegotiate a
MUNICH (AP) — A Greenpeace protestor parachuted into the stadium before France’s game against Germany at the European Championship on Tuesday. He appeared to parasail from the roof onto the field and was quickly met by security. The parachute had the words “Kick out oil Greenpeace” written on it. The person was also given medical attention on the side of the field. The Euro 2020 game started on schedule. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports The Asso
Aaron Rodgers didn't say much about his Packers spat during "The Match" preview. But we know all we need to know about his feelings.
The Latest on soccer’s European Championship: ___ Television ratings for Spain’s opening match against Sweden at the European Championship were the lowest for the team at the start of a major tournament since 2008. Monday’s match was the most watched program in Spain with a share of 48.9% and an average of 7.9 million viewers. But the numbers were the lowest for the first match of the national team at the European Championship or the World Cup since Euro 2008. An average of 6.8 million people wa
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The winningest manager in Oakland Athletics history is staying put through at least next season after the club exercised Bob Melvin's contract option for 2022 on Tuesday. Melvin has guided the A's to an 808-715 record since taking over on June 9, 2011. He recently passed Tony La Russa for most victories by an Oakland manager and last weekend became the 35th person in major league history with 1,300 managerial wins. His A's teams have reached three straight playoffs, winnin
Everyone deals with grief and trauma differently. So why were the Danes forced to all deal with it the same way?
It's been a long time coming, but Willie Jefferson and the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are finally getting the chance to defend their Grey Cup title. Winnipeg defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 33-12 in 2019 for its first CFL title since 1990. But that was also the league's last game after it cancelled plans for an abbreviated '20 campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The CFL's board of governors voted Monday in favour of starting a 14-game '21 season Aug. 5. And it will open with the Blue Bombers host
Rowing Canada will sent its largest Olympic team in a quarter-century when the athletes arrive in Tokyo, the organization announced Tuesday. In total, 29 athletes will be competing, including 10 boats. There will also be five alternates going to Tokyo. It's the biggest team since the 1996 Atlanta Games, when Canada also sent 10 crews. That team was led by Tokyo's chef de mission Marnie McBean and her partner, the late Kathleen Heddle. The pair became the first Canadians to win three career Olymp