By John Solomon
How the government's punishing of the exposure of official wrongdoing can linger for years
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
When it comes to the 4x400-meter Olympic relay, the American men aren't used to being overtaken at the end, the way Angelo Taylor was Friday night.
Jozy Altidore had the best scoring season by an American that wasn't seen back home in the United States.
Nobody thinks the beautiful game is about to run baseball off this Caribbean island, although it's indisputable that Cubans have developed a near-fanatic interest in Messi and Ronaldo, Kaka and Xavi.
For the past several months, China's largest naval hospital ship, the 14,000-ton Type 920 vessel Daishandao, also known as "Peace Ark," has taken part in a Beijing charm offensive throughout the Caribbean region, an area traditionally considered the United States' strategic backyard.
Police in Trinidad and Tobago are investigating a 14-year-old girl for making threatening comments about the Caribbean country's prime minister in an Internet video.
A land war in rural Honduras intensified over the weekend with the killings of four people, including leaders of two farm workers unions, an activist said Monday.
Outgoing Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said something that is true for almost every American reading these words: "I spent my entire adult life with the United States as a superpower, and one that had no compunction about spending what it took to sustain that position."
Defender Julius James has signed with Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew.
Charlie Davies says the "downs definitely outweighed the ups" as he worked his way back from a deadly car crash.
Members of the FIFA executive committee, who elect the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosts on Thursday:
CONCACAF President Jack Warner praised David Beckham's role with the England bid to host the 2018 or 2022 World Cup, saying he adds a "lot of weight" to the chances of staging the event for the second time.
Tim Howard thought about Andrej Komac's prediction of victory for Slovenia and chuckled.
It's time to try and get in the heads of Presidents Cup captains Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. Both will make their wild-card picks later today for the event, which will take place at Royal Montreal from Sept. 27 to Sept. 30. As for Player's side, expect him to add young Argentine Andres Romero, who would make a devastating pairing with U.S. Open champion and countryman Angel Cabrera, and Canadian Mike Weir. The left-handed Weir has endured a poor season, but he's something of a hero in Canada. Combine Weir's roots with the poor Sunday showing of Stephen Ames (76), who was born in Trinidad and Tobago but has lived in Calgary for more than a decade, and Weir likely will be Player's second pick.
NORFOLK (AP) — A converted oil tanker commissioned to serve the medical needs of the Navy is bound for the Caribbean and Central and South America, where the crew will provide medical care to 85,000 patients in 12 countries.