by Alan Pyke Mar 22, 2016 Updated: Mar 22, 2016
The District of Columbia could be on track to spend twice as much building sports arenas as it does on affordable housing.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 12, 2015
As Milwaukee workers demand a "good jobs" guarantee, conservative groups blast Walker for "corporate welfare."
by Kiley Kroh Aug 4, 2015
"When you look at the city of St. Louis and our needs ... for anyone to suggest that the billion dollar investment we need to make is in a football stadium is crazy."
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 14, 2015
Seven ways to use 12 billion dollars instead of spending it on professional sports stadiums.
by Travis Waldron May 21, 2015
Amid threats of losing their teams to Los Angeles, St. Louis and San Diego have unveiled hastily-crafted plans to publicly-finance new stadiums.
by Travis Waldron May 13, 2015
It probably won't work either way.
by Travis Waldron Apr 30, 2015
A new poll finds that Wisconsin voters support a new arena for the Milwaukee Bucks -- but only after it provided misleading information first.
by Travis Waldron Apr 8, 2015
William White "believes there should be a discussion of how the community can address serious human needs," including homelessness, before the city spends so much money on football.
by Travis Waldron Feb 4, 2015
President Obama's budget proposes the end of a tax exemption that puts federal taxpayers on the hook for subsidizing sports stadiums.
by Alan Pyke Jan 30, 2015
Rosy projections about the economic benefits of hosting the Super Bowl obscure the painful reality that Glendale, AZ's quest to become a sports mecca has inflicted on its people.