• Today in History

    Today in History

  • Wagner joins Chen, Bell on US team for world championships

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Reigning silver medalist Ashley Wagner will join Karen Chen and Mariah Bell on the American team headed to the figure skating world championships in Finland in March.

  • Germany’s top Olympic official proposes Russia ban

    MOSCOW (AP) — The president of the German Olympic Committee has called for Russia to be banned from the 2018 and 2020 Olympics if sports bosses there are found to have known about state-sponsored doping.

  • French voters choosing left-wing presidential nominee

    PARIS (AP) — French left-wing voters cast ballots Sunday in a nationwide presidential primary aimed at producing a Socialist candidate strong enough to confront formidable conservative and nationalist rivals in the April-May general election.

  • Ogier wins season-opening Monte Carlo Rally with new team

    MONACO (AP) — Sebastien Ogier made the perfect start to the defense of his world title by winning the season-opening Monte Carlo rally on Sunday, clinching the 39th race win of his career and first for his new team.

  • Plea says Bastia fans racially abused teammate Balotelli

    PARIS (AP) — Mario Balotelli’s teammate, Alassane Plea, says he heard Bastia supporters racially abusing the Nice striker with monkey chants during Friday night’s league match.

  • Late Sanchez penalty gives Arsenal 2-1 win over Burnley

    LONDON (AP) — Arsene Wenger apologized after appearing to push the fourth official during a fiery conclusion that saw two penalties scored in stoppage time as Arsenal beat Burnley 2-1 on Sunday to go second in the Premier League.

    Updated: 2:10 pm

  • Allegri marks 300th match as coach with Juve win over Lazio

    MILAN (AP) — On his 300th Serie A match as coach, Massimiliano Allegri appeared to throw caution to the wind as Juventus fielded an all-out attacking lineup against Lazio on Sunday.

  • Sevilla tops Osasuna to stay close to leader Real Madrid

    MADRID (AP) — Sevilla salvaged a key 4-3 victory in a thrilling game against last-placed Osasuna on Sunday, guaranteeing second place at the halfway point of the Spanish league season.

  • Hungary: Official says it could take days to ID bus victims

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — It could take days to officially identify the 16 people killed when a bus carrying Hungarian students returning from a ski trip crashed in Italy and burst into flames, Hungary’s foreign minister said Sunday.