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Jimmie Johnson has dominated at Charlotte, but his inexperience driving a NextGen car has him tempering expectations

Saturday night’s scheduled NASCAR Cup Series qualifying session for Sunday’s Coca-Cola 600 was canceled, with the field to be set by metrics.

Denny Stolz, former Michigan State football coach, dies at 89

Denny Stolz was 126-92-2 over 21 seasons with the Spartans, Bowling Green, San Diego State and Alma College.


Germany upsets US in overtime to set up final against Canada at ice hockey worlds

The Americans led for much of the game, but gave up a late tying goal before falling in the extra period.

French Open

Post-Serena, women’s tennis heads to French Open led by Big Three of Swiatek, Sabalenka, and Rybakina

As the start of the French Open approaches on Sunday, defending champion Swiatek is ranked No. 1, Sabalenka is No. 2, and Rybakina is No. 4.

Indianapolis 500

Ganassi vs. McLaren headlines Indianapolis 500 title fight, with some 300,000 fans expected

Ganassi is the reigning winning team and, like McLaren, has four strong chances to win on Sunday.

Kevin Paul Dupont | On Second Thought

For many of us, Rick and Dick Hoyt were the Boston Marathon

He was the motor, Dick often said in their years together out on the road. Rick, he always added, was the heart.

Men's World Hockey Championships

US men’s hockey beats Sweden in OT to stay unbeaten at world championships

Dylan Samberg scored in overtime and the United States beat Sweden 4-3 to finish the group stage with a perfect record.

4 people arrested on suspicion of hanging Vinícius Junior effigy off bridge

Four people suspected of hanging an effigy of Real Madrid player Vinícius Júnior off a highway bridge in Madrid in January have been arrested, Spanish police said Tuesday.