s thousands of football fans descend on Texas for Sunday's Super Bowl, law enforcement agencies are keeping watch for a different kind of out-of-town visitor: pimps selling children for sex.
The Super Bowl is only the latest, greatest extravaganza in which fame and fortune are at stake. More than 2,000 years ago, first the Greeks and then the Romans gathered in large crowds to cheer and jeer their stars.
The World Series is on, and so are a bunch of NFL games. Why watch Sunday's Cup race at Atlanta? We'll let the drivers make their case, writes David Newton.
DJ Gallo thinks it's time the NFL takes a page from baseball and starts fanning the flames of the trade deadline rumor mill.