In December, a Minnesota photographer said that Twins third baseman Miguel Sanó assaulted her after a photograph signing at a store where she volunteered. According to her account, which she posted on Twitter, Sanó first flirted with her during the signing and afterward grabbed her wrist and tried to force a kiss on…
The wildest day of the college football season was a Sunday in November, when word leaked that Tennessee was set to hire Greg Schiano. Schiano, the defensive coordinator at Ohio State, had been named in a deposition by Mike McQueary as witnessing Jerry Sandusky abuse a child at Penn State. This was a secondhand…
Meredith Corp. is indeed exploring a sale of Sports Illustrated, Time, Fortune, and Money magazines, according to what staffers were told in a conference call with CEO Tom Harty this afternoon.
In an interview with the Hollywood Reporter, former ESPN president John Skipper elaborated on the “substance abuse” issue that he had previously said caused his resignation from the network last December. In the interview, Skipper said someone who sold him cocaine (Skipper described this person as a “strange source”…
If you want to stream all of the March Madness games at home (or at your desk) without a real cable subscription, DirecTV Now looks to be your cheapest option at the moment.
Featuring everything from Black Panther to Darth Vader, there’s a little bit of everything in Amazon’s Marvel comic sale. All of these digital titles are just $1, so what are you waiting for? A few picks are below to get you started, but head over to Amazon to see all 295 options.
ESPN and the NFL are getting on each other’s nerves. A new report from Sports Business Journal outlines a slow boil of escalating feuds, which could eventually end the partnership of the two sports giants.
Ex-ESPN employee Adrienne Lawrence filed a discrimination lawsuit against the company this past weekend, and her suit included the claim that Chris Berman left SportsCenter host Jemele Hill a “threatening and racially disparaging voicemail.” Hill released a statement this evening, confirming that she had a “personal…
Former ESPN employee Adrienne Lawrence, who spent two years working for the network through a fellowship program, has filed a lawsuit against ESPN alleging that she was the victim of sexual discrimination and harassment.
Sunday Kindle ebook sales are basically a Sunday Amazon tradition at this point, but few feature titles as popular as The Handmaid’s Tale, When I’m Gone, and Murder on the Orient Express, just to name a few. Everything’s priced at just $2-$4, so this is a great chance to load up your digital library.
INDIANAPOLIS — “This is already a degrading experience.”
As Senator Marco Rubio was grilled by teens last night, scores of actual professional journalists asked themselves some variation of this question:
Hello, my name is Liberal America, here to engage you in dialogue. Let’s stipulate, before we begin: College kids are dumb. Okay? Can we move on to Everything Else In The World, now?
At an internal town hall meeting with CNN employees today, CNN boss Jeff Zucker was asked his opinion on the possibility of his employees unionizing. His answer may surprise you, or not!
The Olympics start tomorrow. Figure skating! Bobsleigh! International politics! Russian doping! A chance to tell everyone about how the Olympics is a global con that leaves host cities in crippling debt! Whatever your hobby horse, there’s plenty to get excited about right now. With that in mind, let’s check in on what…
On Saturday, Barstool Sports president and short-tempered Adderall pill Dave Portnoy posted a video of one of his employees, Adam Smith, naked in the shower. Portnoy published the video to Twitter and then deleted it because, he said, Smith “cried like a baby about his dick being on the internet.”
The guy who supposedly lives by the phrase “Don’t be a pussy” took the Super Bowl favorites and the under. Betting against Clay Travis works.
Apart from the task of deciding how things should be done morally, there is the more mundane but equally important task of accurately describing how things are done. In American politics, our failure at morality is complete. Our failure to describe this failure makes everything worse.
In November, Uproxx editorial director of music Caitlin White published “Breaking Up In Joshua Tree Helped Me Understand My Own Twisted Heart,” originally under the third-person headline “A Writer Finds Loss And Rebirth In A Road Trip To Joshua Tree.” The post was a true original, alternating intense and writerly…