UCLA has fired football coach Jim Mora, who is owed more than $12 million after being set to make roughly $3.7 million a year through 2021.
Four assistant basketball coaches are among 10 people arrested in a federal crackdown on bribery.
The author of “Born on the Fourth of July” met with the Truthdig journalists at the University of Southern California on Oct. 18 to talk about his latest book, “Hurricane Street,” and how he became a peace activist. Truthdig broadcast the discussion live on Facebook.
The former USC college football captain and current analyst for Fox Sports tells Scheer, Truthdig's editor in chief, about the lure of the game for young people. They also debate whether politics belong on the field and in the locker room.
In this week’s “Scheer Intelligence” podcast, Truthdig's editor in chief speaks with the former University of Southern California football player about living with the brain injuries Davis sustained during his celebrated career.
Love him or hate him, the Hustler publisher has never compromised his beliefs He shared them -- including why he wants the former secretary of state to be president -- during a visit to Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer's communications class at the University of Southern California He shared them—including why he wants the former secretary of state to be president—during a visit to Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer's communications class at the University of Southern California.
A film by Renee Tajima-Peña revives the historical context for our ongoing mistreatment of undocumented immigrants—and reminds us why it shouldn’t be forgotten.
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer moderates a discussion at the University of Southern California on an explosive Federal Reserve Bank study showing that racial inequality pervades American society at all levels of education, despite hopes to the contrary.
The documentary filmmaker pointed to one of Hollywood's persistent gender issues in a panel discussion at the New York Film Festival on Sunday, once again drawing attention to the vast gap between the number of female and male directors in the industry and dropping the word "apartheid" while he was at it.