The Super Bowl is in Minneapolis this year. But is the sporting spectacle actually any good for the city? And is the game any good for the country?
It seems Trump has staked his entire political identity on his role not just as a strong commander-in-chief, but also a culture warrior eager to rebuff the rising tides of liberalism and multiculturalism.
The league is softening its stance on the potential medical benefits of marijuana. Research shows why that might be a good thing.
Scientists looked at the brains of 111 former NFL players. All but one had chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Has heightened public attention generated results?
Former football coach Steve Sarkisian is suing the university over discrimination. Is there any merit to his claims?
The Americans With Disabilities Act prohibits employment discrimination against alcoholics. What to make, then, of the Browns quarterback's recent demotion?
Could the possibility of a Tigers strike have expedited Timothy Wolfe's resignation?
The science behind football brain injuries.
It's always easier to blame individuals than it is to blame corporations or organizations.
The NLRB punts on whether student athletes are employees—but not for the reason you may think.
By imposing a harsher penalty to Tom Brady than it does criminal offenders, the NFL has shown its true colors.
The Big Ten Conference's Year of Readiness proposal, which would push freshman athletes to the sidelines, is supposedly about giving students time to explore educational opportunities, but the financial benefits to colleges and universities are hard to ignore.
As soccer picks up fans and followers in the U.S., entrepreneurs are betting that they’ll be able to make a lot of money off of a sport that’s already enormously popular elsewhere. Will their bets pay off?
A new study suggests the media's attitude toward the sport's players could play a major role in its tough-guy ethos.