FA president Prince William has called on FIFA to make urgent reforms after a tumultuous week in which soccer’s world governing body was hit by more damaging allegations of corruption.
Kei Nishikori got the job done quickly at rain-hit French Open Sunday to become the first Japanese man to reach the quarterfinals at the clay court grand slam in 82 years.
Spain’s Jorge Lorenzo dominated from start to finish to claim his third straight MotoGP win as he took the Italian round at the Tuscan circuit of Mugello Sunday.
Alberto Contador survived untimely crashes, a dislocated shoulder and a daring late challenge from young home hope Fabio Aru to seal victory in the Giro d’Italia Sunday.
The denial of a simple request for an unopened can of Diet Coke on a United Airlines flight left Tahera Ahmad in tears. The reactions of her fellow passengers upset her even more.
As protesters from both sides of the anti-Islam rally gathered in Phoenix on Friday, separated by police, a sort of similar scene was playing out on social media.
It seems that every other week, a new incident takes place to remind us that there are many who will respond to critiques of Islam in a violently disagreeable manner.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry was taken by helicopter to a hospital in Geneva, Switzerland, after a cycling accident. CNN’s Nic Robertson has more.
A wonder goal from Lionel Messi set Barcelona on its way to the second leg of the treble by lifting the Copa del Rey Saturday with a 3-1 victory against Athletic Bilbao.