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The Saints Did Not Save New Orleans
The team has had nearly as tumultuous a decade as the city itself, a reflection of how New Orleans has changed.
August 27, 2015
Hey, LA: Here’s How You Say ‘No’ to the Olympics
Just last month, Boston became the first American city in almost 45 years to say ‘no’ to hosting the Olympics. LA, it’s your turn.
August 25, 2015
Cris Carter: The Fall Guy
Comments by Cris Carter that NFL players need a “fall guy” to take the blame for crimes aren’t just shocking. They reflect a broader culture of scapegoating in the league.
August 21, 2015
Today’s Sports News Would Boggle the Mind of a 1965 Sportswriter
If a sportswriter from 50 years ago traveled to 2015, they would think the world had been turned on its head.
August 19, 2015
August 19, 1909: The First Race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
“Almost no one sees the entire race. Some get drunk and wind up in the improvised jail under the stands. Some get drunk and lie on the grass in the sun.”
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August 17, 2015
The Absurd, Cowardly, and Morally Bankrupt NLRB Decision Against the Northwestern Football Union
The National Labor Relations Board may have ruled against the Northwestern football players’ efforts to organize, but this fight is far from over.
August 14, 2015
Hurricane Katrina and the Revival of the Political Athlete
After Hurricane Katrina, athletes spoke out in rage for the first time in decades. It can’t stop and it won’t stop.
August 10, 2015
Why the Police Killing of Football Player Christian Taylor Matters
Without the resilience of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, the shooting of this unarmed black man would have gone unnoticed.
August 6, 2015
A Year Since The Killing of Michael Brown, a Year of Sports Being Shaped by Struggle
The last year since Ferguson has seen a profound intersection of sports and politics, in the shape of the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
August 3, 2015
The Water in Rio Is Full of Sludge and Rotting Fish—And Olympians Are Supposed to Swim in It
Athletes who participate in water sports will carry an infection risk of 99 percent.