LIVE - Swans off to a flyer against Liverpool
With Jurgen Klopp's side looking for a victory that would take them to second in the Premier League, an early goal from Leroy Fer has put Swansea ahead.
Supreme Hamilton beats Rosberg to Malaysia pole
Lewis Hamilton claimed a supreme pole position with one of the fastest-ever laps around Malaysia's Sepang circuit, beating Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg by 0.4s.
Rory gives Europe much needed boost.
Rory McIlroy's eagle -- and celebration -- after winning his Friday fourball match will be huge for Team Europe, says former Ryder Cup captain Mark James.
Transfer Talk: Man United, Man City to fight over Kroos
Meanwhile, Liverpool are amongst a host of European giants aiming to sign a 17-year-old tagged as 'the new Zlatan'. All this and more in the latest edition of Transfer Talk.
Jones opens door on staying beyond 2019
Eddie Jones has opened the door on the possibility of staying on beyond 2019 but sounded a note of caution over how fickle sport and reputations are.
Stephen A.: Sixers fans lose only reason to cheer.
Stephen A. Smith says the 76ers are still destined to improve even with the loss of Ben Simmons with a fractured foot.
Ortiz, Red Sox beat Blue Jays.
With the help of a productive night by David Ortiz, who went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run and three RBIs (most by a player age 40 and older,) the Red Sox go on to defeat the Blue Jays 5-3.
NFL schedule Week 4: Rams at Cardinals leads slate
View the complete schedule of NFL games for Week 4. Los Angeles at Arizona and Kansas City at Pittsburgh are a couple of the best games of the weekend.
Seahawks' Baldwin: I've received death threats
Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said he has received death threats over statements on changes he wants to see in law enforcement training but said the threats will not stop him from speaking up.
WWE Royal Rumble set for Alamodome return
The Royal Rumble will return to the Alamodome for the first time in 20 years on Jan. 29, 2017, when WWE's annual pay-per-view invades San Antonio.
Faker: Bjergsen deserves title of 'North American Faker'
After leading a rout of Cloud 9 in SK Telecom T1's Worlds debut, Lee "Faker" Sang-hyeok says his team can get better and is impressed with TSM ace Bjergsen.
Ryder Cup: U.S. sweeps morning; Europe rallies
After being swept by the Americans in the Friday morning foursomes, Rory McIlroy and Team Europe took three of four points in afternoon fourballs at the 41st Ryder Cup.
McIlroy takes a bow after Europe's Ryder rally
After rolling in a 20-foot eagle putt on No. 16 to finish off Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar, Rory McIlroy turned to the partisan American crowd and bowed, twice, then screamed out, "C'mon!"
McIlroy: We're not going down without a fight.
Rory McIlroy says he wanted to put an exclamation point on Europe's afternoon surge at the Ryder Cup with his eagle on 16.
Day 1 Team Europe Ryder Cup grades
Team Europe's Day 1 report card has marks ranging from A's to D's, which is a reflection of the team's erratic play.
Day 1 Team USA Ryder Cup grades
Team USA started fast but faded in the afternoon, and that's reflected in a report card filled with B's and C's after the first day of the Ryder Cup.
Get rid of the blind draw, Ryder Cup.
The Jordan Spieth/Patrick Reed vs. Justin Rose/Henrik Stenson matchups were amazing on Friday at the Ryder Cup. Why can't we get them again, asks ESPN.com's Michael Collins.
There's rowdy, and then there's what happened Friday at Ryder Cup
Fans started to cross the fine line of decorum from the galleries at Ryder Cup, and Team Europe (and innocent bystander) Danny Willett received the brunt of it.
Twitter's best reactions to Simmons' injury
He's one of the biggest names in the NBA at the moment, and the Twitter world reacted accordingly when news broke that No.1 draft pick Ben Simmons had broken his right foot.
Klasnic 'critically ill' after kidney failure
Former Bolton Wanderers and Croatia striker Ivan Klasnic is fighting for his life after suffering kidney failure.
Wenger would fit England perfectly - Glenn
Arsene Wenger is among the candidates who "perfectly" fit the criteria to become England manager, says FA chief executive Martin Glenn.
Arsenal fans talk twenty years of Wenger.
Arsene Wenger is celebrating his twentieth season as Arsenal head coach, fans share the highs and lows of his tenure.
Spurs can send out title warning
While a victory wouldn't be decisive, Tottenham can send out a Premier League title warning to Manchester City with a win on Sunday, says Ben Pearce.
Guardiola open to longer Man City stay
Pep Guardiola has not ruled out staying at Manchester City longer than his three-year contract.
Guardiola: Pochettino 'one of best in world'
Pep Guardiola has hailed Mauricio Pochettino as one of the best managers in the world ahead of Manchester City's trip to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Agent says he lied about manager bribes
Italian agent Pino Pagliara says he was not truthful when he told undercover reporters that Premier League managers received bribes in transfers.
United's Rashford wants to emulate Ronaldo
Manchester United hotshot Marcus Rashford has chosen Cristiano Ronaldo to serve as his footballing muse.
Benteke rescues point for Palace at Everton
Christian Benteke scored a second-half equaliser for visitors Crystal Palace after countryman Romelu Lukaku had given hosts Everton the lead.
Zanardi to make motorsport return after Paralympic success
Ex-Formula One driver and two-time CART champion Alex Zanardi is set to return to motorsport after more than a year, following his Paralympic success in Rio.
Alonso's grid penalty increases to 45 places
Fernando Alonso has incurred a further 15-place grid penalty after McLaren-Honda fitted extra new components to his car ahead of final practice -- meaning he has a 45-place penalty overall.
Hamilton: Car feeling better than in Singapore
Lewis Hamilton says two solid practice sessions at the Malaysian Grand Prix have put him in a good position to bounce back from his recent dip in form.
World champ Fury tests positive for cocaine
Tyson Fury submitted to a random urine test Sept. 22, the results of which tested positive for benzoylecgonine, the central compound found in cocaine.
Northampton snap losing streak with edgy win over Exeter
Harry Mallinder held his nerve to steal victory in the dying minutes against Exeter, Northampton's first home win of the Aviva Premiership season.
Sam Jones one of seven uncapped in England squad
Wasps' Sam Jones has been included as one of seven uncapped players in the 37-man England training squad which meets in Brighton next week ahead of the autumn internationals.
Cardinals win to keep pace in wild card hunt.
Brandon Moss and Matt Holliday both homer as the Cardinals shut out the Pirates 7-0 to stay within striking distance of one of the wild card spots.
Giants' Pagan makes quick work of fan in outfield
A male fan who ran into the outfield grass at AT&T Park was body-slammed by Giants outfielder Angel Pagan before being removed from the field by security in the fourth inning Friday night.
Rodon strikes out first 7 Twins to tie AL record
Chicago White Sox lefty Carlos Rodon struck out the first seven Minnesota Twins batters he faced Friday night to tie Joe Cowley's American League record.
Holliday homers on final at-bat as a Cardinal.
St. Louis activates Matt Holliday, who was on the DL with a broken finger, to give him one last at-bat as a Cardinal and when he hits a home run, the stadium erupts.
Wilson, Graham A-OK for Sunday, Carroll says
Russell Wilson, Jimmy Graham and Germain Ifedi all got the thumbs-up from Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll for Sunday's game vs. the New York Jets.
Source: Norman fined for hit on Giants' Shepard
The NFL fined Redskins cornerback Josh Norman $48,620 for his fourth-quarter hit on Giants receiver Sterling Shepard in last week's game, a source confirmed.
Miami honors Jose Fernandez on helmets
The Miami community took a huge hit with the death of Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez. To honor his memory, the Hurricanes football team will recognize him on the back of their helmets.
Which players will enjoy the biggest boost from the World Cup?
While Shayne Gostisbehere and Tomas Tatar could use the World Cup as a springboard to success in the NHL this season, Patrick Kane and Jonathan Quick are hoping to forget subpar performances.