Government Shutdown Means Overseas Troops Can't Watch Sports

In the grand scheme of sites and services affected by the government shutdown, it is a very minor thing. But think about how miserable you are when weather or carriage disputes or cable problems keep you from watching your favorite team play. That's happening now for thousands of American service members and civilian… » 10/03/13 12:09pm 10/03/13 12:09pm

Lawyers in U.S. Naval Academy Rape Trial Grill Victim, Call Her a 'Ho'

Well, this is completely sickening: the defense lawyers for three former U.S. Naval Academy football players accused of raping their classmate spent roughly thirty hours over the course of several days grilling the victim about her sex habits. The questions — which were asked in a public hearing — were intrusive,… » 9/22/13 8:15am 9/22/13 8:15am

Military Investigates West Point Grads for Pervy Rugby Emails

Two recent West Point graduates were removed from a basic officer leadership course at Fort Benning, Georgia by military officials in front of around 175 classmates yesterday morning. Our source says they're being investigated in relation to more serious charges tied to last spring's West Point rugby scandal regarding… » 7/25/13 1:12pm 7/25/13 1:12pm

Butt Plugs and Bitches: The Emails West Point Doesn't Want You to See

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point says it severely punished its men's rugby team for participating in a lewd email chain that was derogatory to women. A former cadet says that's misleading PR fluff. We got our hands on the emails about "rando skanks" and "black strap-ons" that reportedly prompted the nation's… » 6/11/13 4:07pm 6/11/13 4:07pm

The Military Asked ESPN For Help With Its Drone Program

For all the contentiousness of the presidential debates, both parties could agree on one thing: Flaming death from the sky, now and forever. The use of unmanned drones to surveil and occasionally blow up brown people is so accepted as a matter of course, the Worldwide Leader in Sports didn't hesitate to add its… » 12/20/12 3:05pm 12/20/12 3:05pm

The Carrier Classic Is Back, And It's Still Gorgeous

It's the second year for the Carrier Classic, the season tip-off played on the deck of an aircraft carrier. Tonight, the Notre Dame and Ohio State women play first on the USS Yorktown in Charleston Harbor, with the Marquette and OSU men to follow. One day, if they keep doing this, it's going to get old. It's going to… » 11/09/12 6:35pm 11/09/12 6:35pm