Venus Williams will have to work on getting back her powerful serves before the hard-court season for sake of the U.S. Open.
The U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Wednesday reviewed a proposal in Congress to protect American athletes from being affected by other athletes’ use of performance-enhancing drugs.
The U.S. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe Wednesday reviewed a proposal in Congress to protect American athletes from being affected by other athletes’ use of performance-enhancing drugs.read more
Former doubles world No. 1 Bob Bryan returned to professional tennis Thursday with the Washington Kastles after a hip injury in May.
Former doubles world No. 1 Bob Bryan returned to professional tennis Thursday with the Washington Kastles after a hip injury in May.read more
The Washington Kastles build a loyal fan base by having big stars on the roster and engaging them in giving back to the community.read more
D.C. United opened their new home stadium – Audi Field on Monday. Here are four interesting things to know about this up-to-date facility.read more
English soccer star Wayne Rooney showed his attacking power as well as a potential to lead and inspire the team at his first training with D.C. United Friday at RFK Stadium.read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — North Dakota’s county and state spelling champion made it to round three of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. So how did Tobi Shorunke of Fargo do Tuesday afternoon? His word was “portulaca” and he asked for the definition. Any plant of a genus...
WASHINGTON — Arizona, Oklahoma and Kentucky have all indicated they might follow in the footsteps of the West Virginia teachers’ union, with Oklahoma setting a strike date of April 2 if the state legislature does not meet its demands for pay increases, restoration of...
WASHINGTON – As experts spotlight China’s military buildup to challenge the United State as the world’s superpower, FBI Director Christopher Wray warned that China is also using soft power to quietly achieve this goal. "One of the things we're trying to do is view the...
WASHINGTON - Teachers’ unions in three other states are now considering following in West Virginia’s footsteps after a successful teacher strike there that led to a 5 percent pay hike and improved healthcare options for all public employees. Disregarding a...
The Fiscal Ship interactive game at The Brookings Institute puts the nation’s fiscal future in your hands.
A new report from the Brookings Institution says that the looming student loan default crisis may be worse than prior estimates. The author, as well as analysts from AEI and Cato, debated the regulatory role of the federal government in mitigating the potential crisis.
Harvard, Princeton and Yale will be among the hardest hit by a new 1.4% tax on large university endowments contained in the major tax reform legislation passed by Congress last November. Experts warn the tax could cause tens of millions of dollars to be diverted from programs for students and research.
Mexican artist and feminist Monica Mayer uses art as a tool for social change. Her latest exhibit, The Clothesline Project, encourages women to speak up about experiences of sexual harassment and domestic violence.
Richard Spencer demands to speak at University of Florida, part of a broader free speech debate.