At this point in the fight, it seems more (positive) news about gays is good news.
03/01/14 - 02:22 PM EST
The NFL threatened to pull the Super Bowl out of Arizona over a discrimination bill, outwardly supported openly gay prospect Michael Sam and has weighed on-field penalties for use of the N-word. It's a winning social policy.
02/28/14 - 01:44 PM EST
Can an Internet upstart backed by Time Warner take on the sports juggernaut known as ESPN?
02/26/14 - 09:28 AM EST
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Steve Elkington just can't hold back. He's outraged that Michael Sam is gay and ESPN covers it.
02/25/14 - 03:27 PM EST
With the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi over, it's worth remembering that is is a Ryder Cup, World Cup and even basketball World Cup year.
02/24/14 - 01:18 PM EST
As it counts down to the next World Cup, the soccer world gets a jolt from the EU's investigations into Real Madrid and FC Barcelona for alleged illegal state aid.
02/21/14 - 02:25 PM EST
From Daytona International Speedway, Cole Whitt discusses safety, the challenges of being a newcomer in the field and how he physically and mentally prepares for the race.
02/21/14 - 10:14 AM EST
Lauryn Williams and Lolo Jones, American track stars of the summer Olympics who have made the transition to the bobsled team in Sochi, highlight the disparity in earning potential between athletes in popular sports and those in more obscure terrain.
02/20/14 - 06:50 PM EST
The NHL has to shut down its league during the most lucrative point of its season just to compete in the Winter Games. Owners are losing patience and hockey in the U.S. is losing traction.
02/20/14 - 08:30 AM EST
Craft beer brewers in Atlanta, Lake Placid, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and Vancouver have all made some medal-worthy beer since their town's moment in the Olympic spotlight.
02/19/14 - 11:59 AM EST
A historic bronze medal win by Steve Holcomb ended a 62-year medal drought for the American two-man bobsled and vindicated BMW's investment in Team USA.
02/18/14 - 10:54 AM EST
Comcast's deal for Time Warner Cable may fail on traditional antitrust tests, but common sense says that the cable industry, facing tremendous pressure and zero growth, needs to see economically sound consolidation.
02/13/14 - 02:26 PM EST