According to MMA Fighting, World Series of Fighting (WSOF) has postponed WSOF 35, which was slated to go down on February 28, in Las Vegas, Nevada, and rescheduled it to March 18, 2017 at a location that is yet-to-be determined. TheShow More Summary
Is Codemasters reviving the Micro Machines franchise on PC, PS4, and Xbox One? It looks like Codemasters might be releasing a new Micro Machines game. Xbox Achievements reported the news yesterday, describing the title as a “pumped up version” of the iOS free-to-play Micro Machines game that launched last summer. So far, there’s only the […]
The Chicago Cubs will enter the 2017 season as marked men, looking to undertake the uphill battle that is repeating as World Series champions. Just three times in the last 30 years has a team managed to win consecutive titles, as the...Show More Summary
When the Boston Red Sox report for spring training, they'll officially embark on a 2017 season that they hope will result in their fourth World Series title since 2004. Oh, by the way, the magic date is February 13th. That's when Red Sox pitchers and catchers are due to report to Fort Myers, Florida. Show More Summary
Also: Britain's leader delivers a major speech on Brexit; Taiwan's former leader will attend President-elect Trump's inauguration; and President Obama hosts the World Series winning Chicago Cubs.
Mr. Obama celebrated a team that produced one of the more extraordinary sports moments in his time in office, a World Series triumph that ended a 108-year title drought.
Kris Bryant’s wide smile as he’s throwing to first to record the final out of the first Cubs World Series title in 108 years will forever be one of the indelible images of the 2016 season. The expression, he says, was purely a happy accident. “I kind of make that stupid face every time,” he told...
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and speak to the power of sports to unite a divided nation. Continue reading ? The post Watch Video: Obama celebrates World Series champion Chicago Cubs appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
President Barack Obama welcomed the World Series champion Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday January 16th, just days before he leaves office. Obama, a known Chicago White Sox fan, joked about whether he'd be able to wear the No. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama is celebrating the World Series champion Chicago Cubs before he leaves office.
POTUS even got a 'midnight pardon' from Theo for his White Sox preference. [ more › ]
After over 100 years of being celebrated as “lovable losers,” the Chicago Cubs finally got their act together in 2016 and won the World Series for the first time since 1908. That may have seemed like an exciting thing to witness, considering how many generations of Americans died without ever seeing it happen. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama honored the World Series champion Chicago Cubs at the White House on Monday.
We learned earlier this NFL season that even as the league was seeing a decline in ratings (they did come back up after the Nov. 8 presidential election), there was one way to almost guarantee lots of viewers: make sure the Dallas Cowboys were involved. Show More Summary
The World Series champion Cubs visited the world's most famous White Sox fan
For the first time since 1888, the Chicago Cubs visited the White House on Monday to meet President Barack Obama and celebrate the team's first World Series title since 1908. "They said this day would never come," President Obama said to open his remarks, per the ESPN broadcast, amid laughter and applause in the White House. Show More Summary
The Cubs visited Washington on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and were greeted downtown by a guy from Chicago. Just four days before he leaves office, President Barack Obama welcomed the 2016 Cubs team for a ceremony at the White House. Show More Summary
Ari Emanuel, who met with his former client Donald Trump soon after the election, was at the White House today with President Barack Obama as the WME | IMG boss helped commemorate his hometown Chicago Cubs’ World Series victory. TheShow More Summary
President Barack Obama is celebrating the World Series champion Chicago Cubs before he leaves office. On what usually is a sleepy federal holiday at the White House, Cubs players filed … Click to Continue »
Watch a live stream of President Obama hosting the World Series Champion Chicago Cubs at the White House on Monday