Only at The Washington Times: Tim Lemke discusses the business of sports.
Anheuser-Busch drops sponsorship of Williamsburg event
Israel faces Spain this weekend in the Davis Cup semifinal, with matches scheduled to be played on Rosh Hashanah.
Acknowledges outburst during women's semifinal was "inappropriate."
Kastles star Leander Paes wins the U.S. Open doubles title.
What Serena said, and the implications
Serena Williams makes a life harder for herself and reporters
Annoying drizzle is the bain of our existence
Turns out that the rain may be a good thing for the U.S. Open from a television standpoint
Rafael Nadal finally finished off his quarterfinal match, but the rain is back in Flushing Meadows.
Michelle Obama will be heading to Copenhagen for 2016 Olympic announcement
President Obama has not committed to attend IOC vote next month
U.S. Olympic Committee gets big boost from major corporation; P&G further expands its sports sponsorships
The Redskins once again are working hard to fill those premium seats at FedEx Field.
There will be ridiculous amounts of tennis on television over the next two weeks, most of it shown live.
Justin McCully, a native of Washington D.C., will fight Mike Russow on Saturday night in Portland.
'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America