CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest news making headlines including GOP presidential candidate John Kasich campaigning in a diner as voters go to the polls.» Read More
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman is back from a controversial trip to North Korea with the Harlem Globetrotters where he met with leader Kim Jong Un. Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Heritage Foundation senior fellow Peter Brookes, offers insight; and the "Kudlow Report" crew weighs in.
Welcome to the Spartan Race and the world of obstacle racing, one of the fastest growing sports—and businesses—in the United States. Last year obstacle racing was up to 1.5 million worldwide, with Spartan taking up approximately 350,000 of those racers.
Basketball in Great Britain is apparently growing. The British Basketball Association is putting on a full court press to entice investors for a new pro league.
The Cleveland Indians are making the cost of a 12-ounce domestic brew $4.00 at every home game. But, they did not stop there. Hot dogs go from $4.50 to $3.00, charging only $1.00 at 15 specific games. Most other food items will see a 25 percent price cut.
Takedown! This guy says the Olympic committee vote to give wrestling the boot will be overturned.
Michael Novogratz, Fortress Investment Group president, explains why he wants wrestling reinstated as an Olympic event and what he's doing to try to make that happen, with CNBC's Brian Shactman.
It appears like quarterback Tom Brady will finish his football career where it started, with the New England Patriots. Reports are that the three-time Super Bowl winner has agreed to a three-year contract extension that keeps him with the team through the 2017 season.
Daytona International Speedway has been repaired in time for NASCAR's biggest race.
NASCAR officials ran the Daytona 500 as scheduled on Sunday, saying there were confident of spectator safety after Saturday's crash that injured more than 30 fans and raised the possibility of lawsuits.
Okay sports fans, which one of the four major athletic endeavors is better than the others when it comes to weathering the latest economic storm? Which one has proven to be recession proof?
NASCAR is a fast sport. But in recent years, growth in the sport has not kept up with the speed of the cars.
A William Carey University cheerleader nails a half-court basketball shot … while doing a back flip. (0:14)
Danica Patrick made history in her qualifying runs for the Daytona 500. CNBC's Brian Shactman reports on the buzz surrounding Danica.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reports the Department of Justice is joining Floyd Landis in a lawsuit accusing Lance Armstrong using performance-enhancing drugs while being sponsored by the U.S. Postal Service. Armstrong says he did not cost the government money. Instead, he says the Postal Service actually benefitted to the tune of more than $100 million from its association with the disgraced cyclist.
CNBC's Brian Shactman reports how NASCAR is working to drive growth. (1:38)
The Justice Department notified a federal court Friday that it has joined one of his former racing teammates in suing him for using performance enhancing drugs during the Tour de France.
The famous Curt Schilling Bloody Sock is up for sale, with CNBC's Brian Shactman.
Curt Schilling's "bloody sock" is being auctioned off in New York (and online) by Heritage Auctions. As of Thursday morning, bidding was up to just $60,000, but typically, bidding intensifies over the final 48 hours.
American sportwear company Nike suspended its endorsement contract with South African Paralympian Oscar Pistorius on Thursday after he was charged with murdering his girlfriend a week ago.
CNBC's Robert Frank interviews Mike Eurzione, the Captain of the US Men's 1980 Olympic Ice Hockey team, on his decision to put his hockey jersey and other equipment up for auction.