American, JetBlue Will Expand Cooperation In NY, BostonAmerican said the deal will generate enough new passenger traffic to let it launch new international flights from New York's Kennedy Airport, including service to Tel Aviv and Athens.
Rio Medalists Shields & Johnson Win Sportswoman AwardsOlympic boxing gold medalist Claressa Shields and water polo goaltender Ashleigh Johnson were recognized as Sportswomen of the Year at the Women's Sports Foundation's annual dinner Wednesday night.
Lochte Feels "Hurt" After Hecklers Rush "DWTS" StageRyan Lochte said that he felt "a little hurt" after two men were arrested Monday night for allegedly rushing the stage following his performance during the "Dancing with the Stars" premiere.
Simone Biles To Release Autobiography In NovemberOlympic gold medalist Simone Biles is ready to tell the full story behind her rise from prodigy to champion. Biles, who won five medals overall at the 2016 summer games, will release her autobiography on November 15.
Rio Police Charge Swimmer Lochte For Making False ReportBrazilian police have charged American swimmer Ryan Lochte with filing a false robbery report over an incident during the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Swimmer Feigen Apologizes For "Distraction" In RioOlympic swimmer James Feigen apologized for the "serious distraction" that he and three teammates caused at a gas station in Rio, saying that he omitted some facts in his statement to police.
Brazil Police Official: Ryan Lochte Made Up Story About RobberyA Brazilian police official is telling The Associated Press that American swimmer Ryan Lochte fabricated a story about being robbed at gunpoint in Rio de Janeiro.
Lochte's Swim Teammates To Meet With Authorities On RobberyThree American Olympic swimmers planned to meet with Brazilian law enforcement Thursday to discuss a reported robbery targeting 12-time medalist Ryan Lochte and his teammates.
Manuel Is 1st African American Woman To Win Swim GoldSimone Manuel leaned her head into her hands and cried when she recognized her historic achievement. She became the first African American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in swimming on Thursday night.
Rio Turns Into Disappointment For Missy FranklinA huge star in London four years ago, swimmer Missy Franklin was one of the biggest U.S. disappointments this time around in Rio de Janeiro -- an inexplicable fall that she's at a loss to explain.
Is Biles The Best Female Gymnast Ever?Where to start judging U.S. gymnast Simone Biles after her romp to gold in the Olympics all-around competition? Perhaps by beginning the conversation with talk about her being the best in history.
U.S. Men's Basketball Team Hearing Whistles In RioUnbeaten but no longer unchallenged, the U.S. men's basketball team is still adjusting to FIBA's rules and officials, who call a different game than the one that players have grown accustomed to at home in the NBA.
Rio's Olympic Golf Course Debuts With Wildlife CameosPlenty of native wildlife has remained on Rio's golf course even as competition is underway, including capybara, caiman and corujas. The animals have been particularly visible this week.
Phelps & Lochte To Duke It Out For Last Time In RioMichael Phelps and Ryan Lochte will race against each other for the final time on Thursday, ending a 13-year rivalry that has been one of the greatest in swimming history. The Americans are the top two all-time performers in the event.
U.S. Men's Basketball Tested In 98-88 Win Over AustraliaThe blowouts are over. The Olympics are underway. After nothing but pushovers this summer, the U.S. men's basketball team finally faced a team that pushed back. But Carmelo Anthony and Kyrie Irving had the answers.