Monday, May 14, 2012 at 4:22 PM
Manchester City's soccer team are now champions of England, having won the Premier League title on Sunday. It's a stunning and delightful development for die-hard fans. Manchester City, which is not to be confused with Manchester United, hasn't won a championship for 44 years. Melissa Block talks with Jim White, sports columnist with the Telegraph and native of Manchester.
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Aly Raisman, now 17, sets her athletic sights high: She hopes to star at the London Olympics.
The American Way: Winners And Losers, And No Ties
Football and hockey leagues have taken steps to keep ties out of the results column.
Ice To Court And Back Again At L.A.'s Staples Center
One NHL team and two NBA teams call the Staples Center home. Now all three are in the playoffs.
Fan Says Tear Down Wrigley To Save The Cubs
Rich Cohen believes the only way to end nearly a century of losing for the Chicago Cubs is to destroy Wrigley Field. Fans blame the decades-old billy goat curse for the team's rotten record, and in the Wall Street Journal, Cohen says leveling the stadium is the only way to turn things around.
Debate: Should College Football Be Banned?
A panel of experts looks at the state of the sport in the latest Intelligence Squared U.S.
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