Women’s World Cup Gets Underway in Spain
The FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup gets underway on Saturday with eight games. The U.S. will tip off against Senegal in its quest for a third consecutive championship, something the Americans have never done in their storied history.
Raw Sewage in Streets: Cholera Is Zimbabwe’s Latest Crisis
Raw sewage flows freely in some streets of Zimbabwe’s capital, posing a deadly challenge to the recently elected president who has promised the troubled country a new dawn.
World Cup Diary: A’ja Wilson Talks USA Basketball
Here we are on the eve of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup getting started and I’m so excited to wear the USA jersey again.
Roughing It: Packers Confident in How They Go After QB
Keep the head up. Be aware if the quarterback got rid of the ball. Wrap up.
LEADING OFF: Braves Try to Clinch, Bosox Aim for Wins Record
A look at what’s happening around the majors today:
Ryder Cup, Trivia Quiz
How well do you know the Ryder Cup? Try this trivia quiz:
RYDER CUP ’18: A Hole-By-Hole Look at Le Golf National
A hole-by-hole look at Le Golf National, site of the 42nd Ryder Cup matches on Sept. 28-30:
Dynamic Warriors Big Man Jordan Bell Ready for Second Season
First, his right forearm cramped turning his arm into the shape of a V as his hand bent back, and Jordan Bell could not move it for several minutes as he sat in the bathtub as he recovered post-workout. He yelled for his girlfriend’s help. The cramp briefly released, then quickly returned. Soon, his quads, calves, hamstrings, biceps, hands and feet followed suit.
Mickelson Gets a Final Try at Winning Ryder Cup in Europe
Keegan Bradley was never more nervous than the moments before his Ryder Cup debut. He had the opening tee shot in foursomes at Medinah against Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald, a European tandem that had never lost in four matches against some of America’s best players.
AP PHOTOS: A Selection of Pictures From the Past Week
Here’s your look at highlights from the weekly AP photo report, a gallery featuring a mix of front-page photography, the odd image you might have missed and lasting moments our editors think you should see.