Meet America’s 63rd National Park

As Americans continue to weather the pandemic, the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and spending bill passed by the federal government in December brought an unexpected and lasting gift: a new national park. The 5,593-page spending package included a raft of provisions authorizing

Jaguars Assistant Coach Chris Doyle Resigns After Backlash

The Jacksonville Jaguars announced the resignation of the strength coach Chris Doyle on Friday night, not long after an organization that promotes diversity in the N.F.L. called the recent decision to hire Doyle “simply unacceptable.” Doyle, whom the Jaguars announced they had

Hsieh Su-Wei to Face Naomi Osaka at Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia — The tennis court becomes a fun house mirror when the player across the net is Hsieh Su-Wei, the queen of the overhead drop shot, whose wicked spins, clever angles and two-handed shots from both sides can rattle her opponents.

Baseball Hall of Fame Bars Fans From Induction

The Baseball Hall of Fame induction ceremony is that rarest of major events: free to spectators, with no strict capacity. The price you pay is in the effort to get to Cooperstown, N.Y., a quaint upstate village by Otsego Lake. The reward

Making Week 2 of a Grand Slam Is a Leap

Shelby Rogers, the 57th-ranked player from South Carolina, saw that her friends had advanced and, not wanting to be left behind, went out and beat the No. 21 seed Anett Kontaveit on the first night match at Rod Laver Arena. “I think

Speed of Courts at Issue in Australian Open

MELBOURNE, Australia — The chatter about the speed of the tennis courts at the Australian Open this year started innocently enough. It was just before the ATP Cup, the team competition at Melbourne Park that preceded the Australian Open, the year’s first

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