By Travis Waldron on March 12, 2014
The Nets will sign Collins, the first openly gay NBA player, for the rest of the season after his short-term contract expires this weekend.
By Travis Waldron on March 10, 2014
Too often, stadium impact studies are repeated without scrutiny -- even as research shows that their estimates are almost always inflated.
By Travis Waldron on March 6, 2014
A new suit alleges that the NCAA's biggest schools collude to suppress the value of scholarships.
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By Travis Waldron on March 5, 2014
Ukraine played the match amid turmoil at home to "raise the patriotic spirit of the Ukrainian people."
Teams and insiders who thought gay players would create a massive media storm need a new excuse.
By Travis Waldron on March 3, 2014
The Redskins are touting support they've received from football fans and Native Americans to keep their name.
British Prime Minister David Cameron won't send an official delegation to Sochi.
By Travis Waldron on February 28, 2014
By the time the 2016 Olympics begin, more than 100,000 Brazilian families could face eviction and relocation.
By Rafael Noboa y Rivera on February 27, 2014
The NBA is trying to reach out to Latinos with its Spanish-language jerseys. It's too bad the league is only going halfway.
By Travis Waldron on February 27, 2014
Researchers have now found the brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head in boxing, football, rugby, baseball, and soccer.