A Canadian hockey crowd's rendition of the American national anthem is going viral today.
Students at an upstate New York high school took matters into their own hands during a sporting event after the loudspeaker in the gymnasium failed to broadcast the national anthem.
ESPN Magazine's Howard Bryant wrote in a new column that cops singing the national anthem before sporting events is "staged patriotism."
Each morning on the boardwalk in Ocean City, New Jersey, an American flag is raised and the national anthem plays.
When 13-year-old Nicholas Connors belted out the national anthem before the Houston Rockets' playoff game Tuesday, the crowd's collective jaw dropped. Then Nicholas' jaw dropped when Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt ran right onto the court to shake his hand and praise the performance.
Quintavious Johnson wowed millions on Thanksgiving Day with his stunning rendition of the national anthem before the NFL game between the Chicago Bears and the Detroit Lions.
The University of Maryland football team unveiled a new look this week, displaying the words of the Star-Spangled Banner on their helmets and jerseys.
Check out this viral video of the Kentucky All-State Choir singing the national anthem on their hotel room balconies.
In a New Jersey neighborhood next to a military base, some residents were unhappy that the morning colors were blaring on the loudspeakers too loudly. Ainsley Earhardt headed down to Naval Weapons Station Earle in Middletown to see what all the commotion is about.
An ESPN panelist is speaking out against the national anthem. Kevin Blackistone likened it to a “war anthem” during a discussion about Northwestern University’s new uniforms that were created to raise money for wounded veterans.