A sports journalist examines whether the president has actually influenced the popularity of American football.
A rights group claims hundreds of migrant workers die in the Middle Eastern country every year from the duress of extreme heat, humidity and poor working conditions.
Four assistant basketball coaches are among 10 people arrested in a federal crackdown on bribery.
Football and basketball players fire back after the president targets NFL player Colin Kaepernick and NBA player Stephen Curry.
March Madness and its accompanying betting-pool tradition go directly against the NCAA’s staunch anti-gambling policy, but "bracketology" accounts for billions of dollars changing hands.
A wide-ranging review of police and court records reveals an alarming number of cases involving the sexual exploitation of young athletes by gymnastics coaches and mentors at all levels of the sport.
In this week’s episode of Joshua Scheer's podcast, Scheer speaks with Reece Jones, associate professor of geography at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, about Jones’ book, “Violent Borders: Refugees and the Right to Move."
In this week’s episode of "Scheer Intelligence," the Truthdig editor in chief speaks with Amy Trask, who served as CEO of the Oakland Raiders for over a decade.
After announcing earlier in September that he would give money to organizations committed to improving communities, the 49ers quarterback detailed his plans to ensure transparency in his donations.