President Barack Obama thinks his hometown Chicago Bears are good enough to win the Super Bowl this season.
"Saturday Night Live" parodied the vice presidential debate with a little help from the world's fastest man.
If the cutthroat events of the Romney Family Olympics are any indication, Mitt Romney doesn't wear silver medals well, writes Michael Brendan Dougherty in ESPN the Magazine's DC Issue.
Augusta National owns a special place in the game of golf. That's why its decision to allow its first female members should resonate within the club's grounds and beyond, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Britain ended Germany's decades-long domination of equestrian team dressage by winning Olympic gold Tuesday, with a boost from a hometown crowd still buzzing from a win in team show jumping a day earlier.
Add President Barack Obama to the list of people who disagree with Kobe Bryant's boast that this year's USA Olympic basketball team could beat the Dream Team of 1992.
Mitt Romney, who took over this city's bribery-tainted Olympic organization, has written a book calling the failed prosecution of two Salt Lake bid executives who beat federal charges "inept."
Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Largent was beaten in the Oklahoma governor's race Tuesday, losing in a tight vote to an opponent who was practically a political unknown six months ago.