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COMMENTARY: Redskins Name a Tradition We Can Do Without

If racial slurs are a significant part of your football tradition, you need to change that tradition — immediately.

Donald Sterling OKs Sale of Clippers, Drops Suit

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has officially agreed to sell the team and drop a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA, his lawyers said Wednesday.

Rivera Stops Barnett in Ninth Round

Not since the fictional character Chino killed Tony at the end of "West Side Story" has someone with that moniker shocked so many people.

Redskins Training Center Opens to the Public for Training Camp in July

The Washington Redskins, in partnership with Bon Secours Virginia Health System, the City of Richmond and the Virginia Governor’s Office, announced their 2014 training camp schedule, set to take place at the world-class Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center from ...

Redskins Name Controversy Heats Up Again

For some in the Native American community and at least 50 Democratic senators, the Redskins' moniker should be banned. It's racist, they said, and many have even labeled the team's name as taboo, one they've refused to verbalize.

COMMENTARY: Spurs Will Finally End NBA Heatwave

I'm among those who picked LeBron James and the Miami Heat to win their third straight NBA title on the eve of this year's playoffs. But there's a small-market team in Texas that might have something to say about it, ...

Gray Announces Completion of D.C. Soccer Stadium Deal

D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Friday that the city has reached final business terms with Major League Soccer's D.C. United for a new stadium in the Buzzard Point neighborhood in Southwest.

Donald Sterling to Let Wife Sell Clippers

The wife of Los Angeles Clippers co-owner Donald Sterling is negotiating with the NBA to sell the team, according to several sources.

Wendell Scott, First Black NASCAR Driver, Posthumously Inducted into Hall of Fame

Wendell Scott, the late African-American race car legend who broke NASCAR's color barrier during the civil rights era, was posthumously inducted Wednesday into the racing association's Hall of Fame in Charlotte.

Wizards Consider Future after Playoffs

In the end, the lack of experience and the absence of consistent play by their big men doomed the Washington Wizards in their second round playoff series against the Indiana Pacers. However, the prevailing thought around the NBA remains the ...

Redskins to Host Joint Training Camp Practices with Patriots

The Washington Redskins announced Monday that they will host joint training camp practices with the New England Patriots at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center in Richmond, Va., from Monday, Aug. 4 to Wednesday, Aug. 6.

COMMENTARY: Wizards' Future Looks Bright

Young team on the rise or middling overachiever that caught a few lucky breaks? That's the identity crisis facing the Washington Wizards.

Divas Honor Late Coach, Defeat Atlanta, 44-0

Allyson Hamlin returned from injury to throw three touchdown passes, the defense recorded their third straight shutout, and the D.C. Divas earned a convincing 44-0 victory over the Atlanta Phoenix on Saturday.

AIDS Institute Leader Condemns Sterling's Rants

Disgraced Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling publicly stumbled when he attacked NBA Fall of Famer and entrepreneur Ervin "Magic" Johnson and other people living with HIV/AIDS, during a May 12 interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper.

COMMENTARY: As Expected, Clowney Goes First

The 2014 NFL Draft was held on Friday, May 9 at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.