CSN: Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been contacted by police investigating a possible homicide in North Attleboro, Mass. Hernandez is not believed to be a suspect but a rental car in his name is connected to the death.
CSN: The Blackhawks' Stanley Cup hopes will soon be extinguished if they can't fix their struggling power play.
PBT: LeBron James took over the 4th quarter, Ray Allen hit a huge three to force OT and the Heat survived to force a Game 7.
Thanks to a close-knit group of friends and advisors, Justin Rose's journey from humble beginnings to U.S. Open champion is complete.
HBT Daily: Craig Calcaterra investigates whether Wil Myers will have the same impact other stud rookies had like Yasiel Puig and Bryce Harper.
PST: Jozy Altidore scored in a fourth straight game and the United States beat Honduras in World Cup qualifying to stay atop the group.
MST: Force India and Paul Di Resta unquestionable saw a boost from Pirelli tires in Canada.
CFT: Johnny Manziel nearly transferred out of Texas A&M before the 2012 season after being suspended, according to reports, but he stayed after his successful appeal.
After 16 consecutive years of always showing up at Wimbledon, winning five titles along the way, Venus Williams pulled out of the grass-court Grand Slam tournament Tuesday, citing a lower back injury.
The Crossover: Michelle Beadle and Scott Stanford react to Lolo Jones' outrage over her bobsled salary. The former Olympian upset other athletes and fans when she posted her reaction to Vine.
Kentucky Derby champion Animal Kingdom was unable to go out a winner, fading quickly in the Queen Anne Stakes on Tuesday in his last race before retirement.
(Reuters) - The much anticipated airing of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's interview with Oprah Winfrey began broadcast at 9 p.m. ET (0200 GMT) on the talk show host's cable network OWN.
In the two-part interview, also being streamed live online to a global audience, cancer survivor Armstrong is expected to confess to using performance-enhancing drugs during a career in which he won the Tour de France seven times.
Armstrong's world began to crumble in October last year when the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency released a detailed report with sworn testimony from dozens of people that described him as the ringmaster of the "most sophisticated, professionalized and successful doping program that sport has ever seen."
Armstrong had always denied the accusations made against him, which involved the use of anabolic steroids, human growth hormone, blood transfusions and other doping.
Already banned for life and stripped of all his race wins, including his Tour titles, Armstrong could face the prospect of jail time and the repayment of millions of dollars in sponsorship and earnings.
(Editing by Peter Rutherford)
|June 22||3 - 4 p.m.||AMA Motocross||Budds Creek, Md.||Jeff Weigandt, Jeff Emig, Erin Coscarelli|
|4 - 6 p.m.||Dew Tour||Ocean City, Md.||Todd Harris, Chris Miller, Paul Zitzer, Jamie Bestwick, Carolyn Manno, Todd Richards|
|8 - 11 p.m.||NHL: Stanley Cup Final: Game 5||Chicago, Ill.||Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk, Pierre McGuire|
|June 23||1 - 2 p.m.||Stadium Super Truck Series||Chicago, Ill.||Leigh Diffey, Townsend Bell, Kelli Stavast|
|2 - 4 p.m.||Dew Tour||Ocean City, Md.||Todd Harris, Chris Miller, Paul Zitzer, Jamie Bestwick, Carolyn Manno, Todd Richards|
|4 - 6 p.m.||U.S. Track and Field Championships||Des Moines, Iowa||Tom Hammond, Ato Boldon, Dwight Stones, Lewis Johnson, Craig Masback|
Note: All times ET