Sports fans enjoy watching sports. How much does politics impact that?
Conferences, sporting events, and even school has been canceled to avoid spreading the pandemic.
Russia has been barred from the 2020 and 2022 Olympics as well as other international sporting events due to widespread use of performance-enhancing drugs.
How insidious talking points spread in the modern media environment.
The victory of the U.S. Women’s team in the World Cup has renewed a long-standing argument over pay equity, but the issue is far more complicated than it seems.
The U.S. Women’s National Team won their second consecutive World Cup, their fourth overall, in a 2-0 win over The Netherlands.
Even if all he gets out of the Helsinki Summit is a handshake and a photograph, Vladimir Putin has already won.
The Presidents of the United States and Russia will meet next month and there’s reason to worry about what Trump might give away.
The North American delegation has won the right to lose a whole lot of money putting on a soccer tournament.
Theresa May’s government has not hit Russian oligarchs nearly as hard as they deserve because the UK benefits from turning a blind eye.
Not unexpectedly, Russia has retaliated for Great Britain’s retaliation for Russia’s apparent assassination attempt on British history.
Theresa May has expelled 23 Russian diplomats and convened the North Atlantic Council.
Athletes are sitting out the Star Spangled Banner to air their grievances. Management is pushing back.
Despite being much more conveniently located for viewers in the United States, viewership for the just-concluded Olympics were the lowest they’ve been in sixteen years.
All of next season’s Thursday Night N.F.L. games will be streamed live for free via Twitter.
A treasure trove of documents from a law firm in Panama could prove problematic for a large group of international leaders.
If you were looking for evidence that the race for the Democratic nomination is basically over, you need look no further than last night’s Democratic Debate.
The winners of the Women’s World Cup will get paid far less than the men that played last year, but that’s not because of sexism.
FIFA’s President surprised everyone today by resigning, but he’s likely to stay in power for as long as another ten months.
Several of the top representatives of soccer’s governing body have been indicted by a Federal Grand Jury in New York.
A member of FIFA’s inner circle says Qatar won’t be hosting the 2022 World Cup after all.
The summer of 2014 was the worst Hollywood has seen since Bill Clinton was President. It’s pretty easy to figure out why.
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari took responsibility for the 7-1 loss to Germany.
Some surveys suggest that younger Americans are less patriotic than older generations.
Only two 2013 college football games attracted more viewers that Tuesday’s World Cup match vs. Belgium.
Is ISIS about to make the situation in the Levant even worse?
More problems for the planned 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Even the national sport is arousing the anger of the protesters in Brazil.
The former coach of an American team playing a foreign sport is upset that his foreign-born successor is using foreign-born Americans.
The athletes gathered at the London Olympics have sacrificed much of their lives training to excel at their sports. But most also have extraordinary genetic advantages.
The Wall Street Journal is joining the modern era and dropping the practice of referring to people as “Mr.” and “Ms.” But only on the sports pages.