Is the NFL blackballing Colin Kaepernick because of his strong political stance in support of black people?
During a rally in Kentucky, President Trump seemed to try to take credit for Colin Kaepernick's career seemingly coming to an end.
Amar'e Stoudemire says it was just supposed to be a joke when he said that he wouldn't like to have a gay teammate in his locker room.
NFL quarterback Jameis Winston was visiting Melrose Elementary in St. Petersburg on Wednesday when he tried to deliver a message about strength and motivation.
On Saturday, Yusaf Mack, an openly gay boxer, confronted a man who had been harassing him online because of his sexuality.
Charles Oakley was arrested and dragged out of a Knicks game after he reportedly bought a seat behind team owner James Dolan and heckled him.
While many celebrate the Patriots' win against the Falcons at Super Bowl LI, for many others, the outcome felt a lot like the 2016 Election results.
LeBron James is done letting Charles Barkley criticize him all the time, saying that Barkley is a "hater."
New Zealand Breakers forward Akil Mitchell was going up for a contested rebound when a freak injury caused his eyeball to come out of its socket.
Serena Williams won to advance to the third round at the Australian Open, and after the match, she also won against a reporter who criticized her performance.
Hall of Fame running back, Jim Brown, said that he would be giving Donald Trump his full support despite the fact that he voted for Hillary Clinton.
The death of Northwestern basketball player Jordan Hankins, who was found dead in her dorm room this week, has been ruled a suicide by hanging.