'Equality For All!': Sports World Reacts To Gay Marriage RulingThe Supreme Court made a landmark ruling in favor of marriage equality on Friday. Meanwhile, three of America's four major pro leagues have yet to employ an openly gay athlete on a regular-season roster.
2014 US Open Tickets By The NumbersWhile the defending men's champion, Rafael Nadal, withdrew due to injury before the tournament started, there are still enough stars on both the men's and women's side to keep demand high.
Travel Guide To New York CityThis handy guide to New York City can help you plan out your trip and serve as a reference to the city's top attractions along with food and lodging recommendations.
Olympic Figure Skating Champion Brian Boitano Announces He's GayTwo days after being named to the U.S. delegation for Sochi, Olympic figure skating champion Brian Boitano has announced he is gay.
American Victoria Duval, Ranked 296th, Stuns 11th-Seeded Stosur At US OpenDuval hopped up and down with arms overhead after pulling off her big surprise at Flushing Meadows, a 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 victory over the 11th-seeded Stosur.
Did The Mob Throw The Famous 'Battle Of The Sexes' Tennis Match?A new report has claimed the legendary battle of the sexes between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs was not fair play, and that Riggs threw the match to pay off a mob debt.
Racial Pioneer And Tennis Great Althea Gibson Honored In NewarkShe fought for civil rights while proving to be one of the world's greatest athletes, and on Wednesday the late Althea Gibson was honored in Newark.
First Lady Michelle Obama Visits US OpenObama visited the U.S. Open for the first time Friday to promote her campaign against childhood obesity and praise the U.S. Tennis Association's initiative to build kid-sized courts.
Liguori: Special Memories Covering The US Open The Last 29 YearsAs the US Open Tennis Championship fortnight approaches, I look back at some of my top memories of covering the US Open since 1982, my first year working the event.
Ex-New York Times Sportswriter, Robert Lipsyte, Pens Memoir In more than 50 years covering sports, the longtime New York Times columnist Robert Lipsyte prided himself on being a sportswriter who was not a fan. A fat, brainy kid who got beat up in grammar school, Lipsyte wanted to be a novelist.