In arguably a case of overdoing it just a tad â or alternatively a very savvy preemptive and pragmatic maneuver â guests who wereluckyenough to be invited to the impending nuptials of Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union and are attending the event will have to sign aconfidentiality agreementand comply with its terms.
When the sun goes down at Bristol Motor Speedway, the tempers heat up. It's time to take a listen to the best in-car audio from the IRWIN Tools Night Race on another edition of NASCAR Race Hub's "Radioactive."
The Nevada Attorney General has filed a motion in reponse to Wanderlei Silva's request to dismiss the case against him after he skipped out on a drug test and then admitted to taking banned substances.
Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka got into a bit of a tiff with a spectator, telling him to ''Shut up,'' on the way to beating 91st-ranked Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (1) in the second round of the U.S. Open.
The youth baseball team whose star 13-year-old female pitcher and performance in the Little League World Series drew a wide following received a champion's treatment in a parade Wednesday in downtown Philadelphia.
Everything was going so well for West Virginia (other than suspending starting CB Icky Banks to open the season). Noses were on the grindstone and chatter was minimal, as the Mountaineers prepared to give the Tide all they can handle on Saturday.
Denny Hamlin lost his cool in Bristol on Saturday night. Hamlin morphed from a NASCAR driver into a MLB pitcher when he hurled his HANS device at Kevin Harvick. But it was far from the first time that a piece of equipment has been chucked in anger.
Highly coveted as a prep and college player, Andrew Wiggins -- surrounded by trade rumors all summer after the Cavaliers drafted him first overall -- just wanted to play for a team that wanted him. He's found that team in Minnesota.
You can add children's author to Matt Kenseth's list of professional accomplishments. Kenseth joined wife Katie on Tuesday at Joe Gibbs Racing to debut a new children's book -- Matt Kenseth's Race Against Bullying -- aimed at educating children on how to make good choices if bullied by a fellow student.