There's less of the favored game snack around than there was last year, but football fans will still get their fill.
The commercial took aim at Pepsi and Coke, and that put the broadcaster in a very uncomfortable position.
The golfer apologizes for his statement about higher rates. Tax experts say that wasn't his only miscalculation.
The golfer, one of the world's highest-paid athletes, said changes in tax laws could force him into drastic career changes. Tuesday, he backed away from the comments.
The brother-against-brother storyline will captivate even casual fans of the game.
Cities and businesses that rely on NHL game revenue are breathing easier now that the lockout is over. But some analysts fear spectators may not care for the league anymore.
After confessing to doping, the disgraced cyclist may find his net worth is at risk.
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