Willie and Roberto weren't just the best; they were greatness.
Highlights from The Nation's sports reporting over the past one hundred years.
A bet on a horse in the 1949 Grand National resulted in the largest collective transfer of wealth ever to communism's stalwarts in Britain.
After an eighteen-week labor standoff, the National Football League players' union has unanimously voted to approve an agreement that promotes player health and safety.
Musician Carlos Santana spoke out at Major League Baseball’s Civil Rights Game in Atlanta against a new law that shreds the civil rights of Georgia's latino population. The crowd booed him.
According to Dave Zirin, the ongoing National Football League lockout hearings are all about the owners trying to take advantage of players and fans.
Three former teammates have testified that they saw the cyclist take performance-enhancing drugs, but the fans Armstrong has built through his support for cancer research are loyal and will stick with him.
The upcoming pro football season is in danger of being canceled because of a little dust-up between millionaires and billionaires.
Here is the naked truth: we face the prospect of no pro football in 2011 because the union made a three-word demand that would not have cost owners a dime—open your books.
Will the labor dispute between NFL players and owners lead to a lockout?