The NFL is only the highest-profile example of the economic crisis pervading the world of sports.
The Nation's sports editor Dave Zirin argues that corporate naming rights on college campuses are a bad idea.
What if campaign finance reform took a page from baseball's playbook?
The real reason Limbaugh is losing his cool is that his dream of owning an NFL franchise is going up in smoke.
The Nation's Dave Zirin weighs in on Rush Limbaugh's bid to buy the the St. Louis Rams football team.
Rush Limbaugh's long history of racism should be enough to quash his chances of becoming an owner in the National Football League.
Some National Football League players appear to be turning over a new leaf when it comes to gay rights, but a history of homophobia still haunts the sport.
An overwhelming majority of Chicagoans oppose spending any public money on the Olympics. But Obama is lining up with Mayor Daley in support of the Windy City's bid.
Why is Roger Federer's on-the-court meltdown acceptable while Serena Williams's outburst is cause for a national apology tour?
The salacious sports media and the puritanical zealots that run international track and field have joined forces to hit a new low.