There are too many shows on TV. Too many shows! Who can watch all of these shows? I can’t watch all of these shows.
On Wednesday, our old pal Jack Dickey tweeted out a list of random ballplayers that he had written down as a child:
Buffalo Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka says he thinks “it’s important for white players to stay involved in the conversation” about racial inequality, per a story by Buffalo News columnist Kimberley Martin.
I thought I was done. My kids were no longer babies, which meant no more formula, which meant no more time laboring at the sink, hand-washing 90 separate Dr. Brown’s bottle parts and leaving them soaking on a dishtowel to dry. That part of my life, as far as I was concerned, was over.
In America, business is doing well. Investors are doing well. And workers, for decades, have gained almost nothing. There is a very simple solution: share the profits.
Earlier this week, USA Gymnastics announced its team for the upcoming world championships in Montreal. The four-person squad—made up of current national champion Ragan Smith, 2016 Olympic alternate Ashton Locklear, Morgan Hurd, and Jade Carey—is the first U.S. world championship gymnastics team without Simone Biles…
The slice is one of the most basic tools of tennis, a versatile shot that can do any of the following and more: safely chip back big-ass serves, buy time to recover from aggressive attacks, inject a surprise change-up to the rhythm of a rally, send an annoyingly low ball to an opponent, or handle a peskily high ball…
After Sam Bradford had to miss last Sunday’s game, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer was coy on just how severe Bradford’s knee injury may be. Now, it’s not looking so good.
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With A History Of Violence, Tom Breihan picks the most important action movie of every year, starting with the genre’s birth and moving right up to whatever Vin Diesel’s doing this very minute.
Marshawn Lynch remains the best. Washington Post reporter Kent Babb went to Oakland to learn about where Lynch grew up and how it’s changed. Oh, and Lynch kinda tried to run him over with his Tesla. Long live Beast Mode.
As the NFL’s estimated $1 billion concussion settlement winds its way through the process of getting the money into the hands of the former players it’s supposed to compensate, lawyers for some of those retired players told a federal judge this week about how predatory lenders and advisers have fronted money to…
If you watch the Westminster Dog Show on television, what you’ll see is the best of groups—like toy or hunting—and ultimately the best in show. But earlier in the day, in a warehouse on a pier, judges pick the best in breed. This is my favorite part. Since dog shows grade canines on their adherence to a predetermined…
Christian Pulisic. Matt Miazga. Josh Sargent. These are some of the budding talents soccer fans in the States hope will develop and flourish and eventually Make America Great At Soccer For The First Time. And it seems we’ve found another young upstart to add to that list. That youngster is none other than ... Barron…
Jazz Johnson-Merton, a 36-year-old heiress to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, competed in a show jumping event earlier this month. At one point, the dreaded heiress fell off her horse and got so mad that she kicked the poor animal.