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Sochi 2014: Farrington takes gold for U.S. in women's halfpipe

Kaitlyn Farrington made up for Shaun White's slip up in the men's halfpipe taking gold for the U.S. in the women's final at the Sochi Winter Olympics on Wednesday.

Derek Jeter to retire after 2014 season

Derek Jeter, who helped the Yankees win five World Series during his first 19 seasons, announced Wednesday that he will retire at the end of the 2014 major league baseball season, the shortstop said on his Facebook page.

5 things to watch at the Winter Games on Wednesday

An American skier and skater go for their place in U.S. Olympic lore, the men take the ice for the opening games of hockey, and Kelly Clark tries to bring back another halfpipe gold. Women's downhill

LSU baseball favorite to win SEC Western Division

The South Carolina Gamecocks are predicted to win the 2014 Southeastern Conference baseball championship by a slim one-vote margin, as voted by the league’s 14 baseball coaches in the 23rd annual preseason SEC poll.

International Olympic Committee reinstates India at Sochi after ban

The International Olympic Committee has reinstated India, allowing its athletes to once again compete under their country's flag after a ban of more than a year.

Five favorite moments from Monday at the Sochi Olympics

Monday brought us defending champions who performed brilliantly in clutch moments, the Dutch doing what they do best, and an American bobsledder with a knack for getting stuck behind closed doors. Kiss Can-ada

Top NFL prospect announces he's gay; local athletes, coaches respond

It's a game changer for the "US of A's" most popular sport, "I'm a college graduate, I'm African American, and I'm gay," said NFL prospect, M

Deondre Clark rounds out LSU Football signing class

Deondre Clark became LSU’s 23rd and final football signee on Monday as the defensive end formally signed his national letter of intent with the Tigers.

Doug Williams returns to the Redskins

The Washington Redskins hired their former quarterback, Doug Williams, to join their executive team. This news comes not long after Grambling University in Louisiana fired Williams as their head football coach in September 2013.

Five favorite moments from the first weekend of the Sochi Olympics

The first weekend of the Winter Olympics brought us moments of humor and technical problems from the Opening Ceremony, a skater's reaction that went viral and the sparkling debut of a sport where "stoked" and "dude" are

Top NFL prospect publicly says he's gay

Michael Sam, an All-American defensive lineman from the University of Missouri, publicly revealed that he's gay Sunday, creating the possibility he'll be the first openly gay player drafted by the National Football League.

U.S. wins first gold medal of 2014 Sochi Olympics

The United States clinched the first gold medal of Sochi's Winter Olympics Saturday, but the Dutch dominated on ice and a joint record was claimed by Norway.

All eyes on Russia as Sochi opening ceremony marks start of Winter Olympics

Russia kicks off the opening ceremony on Friday in Sochi as the world turns its attention to the costliest Olympic Games in history.

A tour of the Sochi Olympic Village

Amid security anxieties, indignation over Russian politics, the furore over unfinished media accommodation and astronomic costs, one key component of the Winter Olympics has been all but forgotten: the thousands of athletes streaming into Sochi

New Orleans Arena becomes Smoothie King Center just before NBA All-Star Game

New Orleans Pelicans Owner Tom Benson and Smoothie King Owner Wan Kim announced Thursday