The Golden Boy knows a payday when he sees one.
The Golden Boy knows a payday when he sees one.
The New England Patriots defeated the Denver Broncos in all phases of the game on Sunday night to move to 7-2. But their special teams unit did the most to make the competitive on-paper matchup a blowout in reality.
Add “criminal” to the growing list of words banished from the English language.
Newly crowned UFC middleweight champion refused to commit to defending that belt on a Thursday conference call
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones seeks to stop the National Football League from extending the contract of Commissioner Roger Goodell.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell tacitly acknowledged the damage done by the politicization of football in remarks delivered on Wednesday.
Riley County, Kansas, police declined to charge a 21-year-old man after he admitted to inscribing racist graffiti on his own vehicle after first reporting it as a crime.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr labeled the nation’s inability to curb multiple-victim gun violence “disgusting” and a “shame” on Monday.
American runners endured some rough, out-in-the-wilderness years. So did New York.
The inclusion of salacious gossip about Martin Luther King in the latest release of John F. Kennedy assassination documents serves as a headscratcher before it catalyzes an ah-ha moment.
The first document in the new batch of John F. Kennedy assassination materials released on Friday contains transcripts of intercepted conversations between Lee Harvey Oswald and the Russian embassy in Mexico City.
A YouGov poll commissioned by the Cato Institute shows that most Americans feel the need to self-censor at the same time that many Americans feel the moral obligation to censor.
Tom Brady wants to play until he turns 45. The New England Patriots believe him.
Native American leader Dennis Banks died over the weekend at 80. Before his family could bury him, the media buried Banks’s friendship with one of the twentieth century’s most prolific mass murderers. The obituaries offered obligatory mentions of Jane Fonda, Marlon Brando, and other high-profile supporters. They curiously omitted the name Jim Jones.
The Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA) advanced conspiracy theories in the immediate aftermath of John F. Kennedy’s assassination aimed to discredit the notion that a Communist killed the president of the United States, according to a Breitbart News review of memorandums released last week through the National Archives.
Scottsdale, Arizona, police arrested Oakland A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell early Saturday evening for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon as a result of allegedly pointing a gun at a female food-delivery driver. The cops also charged him for disorderly conduct.
Some documents in the Kennedy assassination trove read as bombshells; others just bomb.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics pulled its basketball tournament from the College of the Ozarks because of the school’s “No Pledge, No Play” policy.
The JFK documents released by the National Archives include an FBI memorandum that shows the bureau investigating a man for John F. Kennedy’s assassination who actually assassinated another prominent American political leader four years later.
Rocky Bleier won four Super Bowls for the Pittsburgh Steelers after earning a Purple Heart and rushed for nearly 4,000 yards in the NFL after getting shot in the leg in Vietnam.
The trove of Kennedy assassination documents released by the federal government on Thursday includes a memo indicating communication between Lee Harvey Oswald and prominent members of the Communist Party of the United States of America (CPUSA).
On November 8, tens of thousands of Americans gather in public parks to yell toward the heavens.
People carping about “a vast, right-wing conspiracy” fit the profile of those who orchestrate vast, left-wing conspiracies.
Las Vegas favors Los Angeles in the World Series.
Did you get the joke God (or perhaps Mother Nature or some other supernatural being with a sense of humor) played on the NFL Sunday night? The league’s 32 owners certainly did not.
The Los Angeles Dodgers compete in their first World Series in 29 years. How long ago was that?
Leave aside the Nielsen ratings and the empty seats for now. The fact that the statistic fans flock to involves what occurred immediately before the game, and not Tom Brady going 21-for-29 or Ezekiel Elliott rushing for 147 yards, demonstrates the trouble in which the NFL finds itself.
Colonel Kriste Etue posted a popular meme on her personal Facebook page in late September that called NFL national anthem kneelers “anti-American degenerates.” In response, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, who called the post “innapropriate,” docked her five days’ pay.
The Los Angeles Dodgers returned to the Fall Classic with an 11-1 rout of the defending champion Chicago Cubs on Thursday night.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett compared Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’s decision to sit players who do not stand for the national anthem to the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision.
Olympic gold medalist Anthony Ervin knelt for the “Star Spangled Banner” at a swim meet in Brazil over the weekend.
Roger Goodell entered the NFL from the rougher world of politics. Now he takes football back from where he came.
The National Football League seeks to double down on politics despite the bad hand of anthem kneelers resulting in fans becoming boo-birds.
Colin Kaepernick’s collusion lawsuit against the National Football League names a peculiar conspirator not named as a defendant: Donald Trump.
Colin Kaepernick blames collusion for sitting on the couch rather than standing in cleats this season.
When Courtney Love speaks as the voice of reason, the conversation (or in the case of Harvey Weinstein, the lack of one) tends to resemble competing nuthouse monologues.
Hillary Clinton reacted to the abuse scandal embroiling Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein by saying the American people elected someone guilty of sexual assault to the presidency.
If the University of Virginia fraternity brothers or Duke lacrosse players or white employees of the New York criminal justice system stand accused, then publicity ensues no matter the facts. But when a Hollywood producer who donates massive amounts of money to the Democratic Party finds himself on the wrong end of rape accusations, journalists find themselves running from the story.
The Philadelphia Eagles and Carolina Panthers went down to the wire. But fewer wires, and satellites and antennas, brought that exciting finish into homes than the similar conclusion between the Patriots and Buccaneers last week.
A conceit allowed Democrats, Hollywood, and the media to overlook the behavior of one of their own. Now they wear egg where they once wore superior expressions.
One of the greatest pre-Super Bowl era NFL quarterbacks passed away on Sunday night.
Che Guevara played revolutionary until the people treated him as one.
Vice President Mike Pence exited Lucas Oil Stadium early after 23 San Francisco 49ers players knelt for the national anthem on Sunday. He received more criticism than from the media the athletes refusing to rise.
Christopher Columbus discovered the Americas. What did Antifa ever do?
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its nominees on Thursday. Several appear neither rock and roll nor famous.