Carl Edwards sent a not-so-subtle message to Kyle Busch Sunday at Michigan International Speedway.
Four down, four to go. The U.S. men's Olympic team is halfway back to the top of the basketball world. And not even the world champions -- on paper anyway -- could give the Americans a game.
Michael Phelps locked arms with his three teammates, as though they were in a football huddle calling a play, then hugged each one of them.
Major league ballparks are being wired for instant replay, and commissioner Bud Selig says his "confidence is growing" that the technology to assist umpires will be ready soon.
Roger Federer along with Venus and Serena Williams all lost in Olympic Tennis Thursday.
The Associated Press has learned Tony Stewart has hired fellow Indiana native Ryan Newman to drive the second car for his new team next season.
Tennessee linebacker Ryan Fowler considers his steroids case with the NFL closed.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are getting some help for LeBron James.
Michael Phelps has reached a milestone at the Olympics never before reached in the history of the games.
Brett Favre says his rocket right arm feels "fatigued" -- but not sore -- during a break from his fifth day of practice with the New York Jets.
Lisa Leslie sets U.S. Olympic record going 7-for-7 from the field as the women's team continues its unblemished run through the Beijing Games with a 97-41 victory against Mali.
Brett Hull and longtime New York Rangers Brian Leetch and Mike Richter are members of the 2008 class of the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
The Miami Dolphins have cut kicker Jay Feely, a year after he set the team's single-season record for field-goal percentage.
The U.S. Olympic team has beaten Angola 97-76 to wrap up the easy portion of its Olympic schedule.
Aaron Peirsol has won the men's Olympic 100-meter backstroke, defending his title with a world-record time and extending the United States' dominance of the event.
The Women's Professional Soccer league, which begins its inaugural season next year with seven teams, plans to expand to Atlanta in 2010.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have acquired slugger Adam Dunn from the Cincinnati Reds for a minor-league pitcher and two players to be named later.