Outspoken and reclusive, Miller has defied the stereotype of the earnest, humble Olympic athlete, with a professional life that has played out in tabloid headlines as often as on the sports pages.
Some visitors have rooms, but no hot water, and certainly no drinking water from the taps.
Boston grabs a rare road win, beating Philadelphia 114-108.
Last year, at 17, she became the youngest female world ski champion since 1985 and the youngest American ever to hold a world title.
The man who helped break the Red Sox' World Series curse takes a leave of absence from ESPN.
The gold-medalist didn’t see trouble ahead while zooming down a steep slope for a movie scene he was filming.
The Chechen brothers accused of the 2013 Boston attacks hailed from just a few hundred miles away from Sochi.
Siberia-born Sharapova spent six years in Sochi before her family moved to the United States, and she had her first tennis lesson there.
The Black Bears fall to 5-17 overall.
The Yachtsmen take control with a 17-5 second-period spurt.
Alison Furness shakes off a cold and scores 20 points to lead the Warriors to a 43-40 win.
Cony’s record-setting quarterback will stay in state for college.
Tuukka Rask is again strong in the net.
Maine’s three-game winning streak ends with a 126-116 loss to the Delaware 87ers.
The Rams avenge an earlier loss against their city rivals, winning 66-56.
Tiana-Jo Carter scores 20 points in the Lakers’ 58-44 win over Poland.
The Red Storm are rolling, right to the playoffs.