Woods's indefinite departure from golf is changing the sports landscape of the coming year, both for sports editors and for the golf industry.
The Nation's Dave Zirin attempts to steer the Tiger Woods buzz away from his crash and onto his questionable endorsements.
When the golfer makes deals with dictatorships and unaccountable corporations, all in the name of his billion-dollar brand, he deserves no privacy.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell seems to understand that when athletes play with a concussion, it is bad for their health--and for business. But do his reforms go far enough?
A Canadian judge allows the International Olympic Committee to trump Canadian equal rights law and keep women ski jumpers out of the Vancouver Olympics.
Donald Sterling was just obligated to pay out the largest settlement ever obtained by the government in a housing discrimination case involving apartment rentals.
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.