Our brains are wired to seek approval but may not be equipped to handle our modern existence.
The least controversial subject in school is suddenly controversial.
The basketball legend and his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, were among five fatalities.
One year after Charlottesville, it’s clear that President Trump still doesn’t understand what happened there, or that he just doesn’t care.
The NBA’s best player has moved closer to his business interests, leaving Cleveland devastated a second time.
There have been dynasties in American team sports before. But this one feels different.
The Commission on College Basketball recommended an end to the one-and-done rule and other major reforms.
Last night, he finished in double digits for his 867th consecutive game. There are 71 players in the Hall of Fame who didn’t play in that many games.
A top basketball prospect is skipping the farcical year in college before turning pro.
ESPN the Magazine has broken out the slide rule to rank the top athletes during its first two decades.
New York Knicks Center Enes Katner is at the center of an international legal dispute for speaking out against the President of Turkey.
In the biggest NBA free agent move since LeBron James left and returned to Cleveland, Kevin Durant is joining the Golden State Warriors.
Congratulations Cleveland! Next month, you get Donald Trump.
Over the weekend, Mike Huckabee took another step that suggests that he is indeed planning on running for President in 2016.
Does the NBA’s best player have first mover advantage? Or should he take his time?
There’s really no better word for it than blackmail.
Sergeant First Class Leroy Petry, recipient of the Medal of Honor for gallantry in Afghanistan, is medically retiring from the Army.
Jason Collins is gay. Who the hell is Jason Collins, you might ask?
Will winning a championship finally overshadown “The Decision” and erase the NBA’s best player’s reputation as a choke artist?
The student-athlete fairytale is true. Except where you would reasonably expect it to be a lie.
The Maryland Terrapins upset the Miami Hurricanes 32-24 last night in college football’s opening weekend. But all anyone is talking about is the ugly uniforms.
Apparently, some people haven’t gotten over Lebron James taking his talents to South Beach.
Players have taken control of the NBA from the owners. That’s bad for fans. But probably a good thing.
The Beast has released its The 50 Most Loathsome Americans of 2010, which I gather is supposed to be amusing rather than taken seriously.
Two Ohio congressional districts are taking their talents to South Beach.
The super rich have a lot larger share of total income than they did a generation ago. Are they taking it from the rest of us?
A special tax rate for millionaires wouldn’t raise much additional revenue but it would make journalists feel better.
Did LeBron James pick Miami because of income taxes ? Probably not.
Cleveland Cavaliers owner reacted to his star player’s departure with a scathing open letter. Was it fair?