Bill Eppridge Is Dead. His Photos Will Never Die

Bill Eppridge, one of the greatest photojournalists who ever picked up a camera, a longtime LIFE and Sports Illustrated photographer and the man behind the harrowing, iconic picture of a fatally wounded Robert Kennedy lying in a pool of blood in a Los Angeles hotel kitchen in June 1968, died on Thursday in Connecticut. … » 10/04/13 11:43am 10/04/13 11:43am

ESPN Still Doesn't Require X Games Competitors To Wear Safety Equipment

When snowmobiler Caleb Moore died due to injuries suffered competing in January's Winter X Games, event owner ESPN responded that it "works closely on safety issues with athletes." Events this weekend in Barcelona suggest the Worldwide Leader's concern only goes so far. » 5/21/13 1:00pm 5/21/13 1:00pm

ESPN Interview With Skateboarder Carries On Despite Possible Abduction …

Last week an ESPN crew interviewed Nyjah Huston, a 16-year-old skateboarder from Davis, Calif., to talk about his preparations and expectations for this year's X-Games. Huston's interview is nothing riveting — "um, yeah, like, gonna be sick, like, you know?" — and his cause isn't helped at all by the strange distraction … » 7/27/11 2:25pm 7/27/11 2:25pm