Sports fans really are the best. Until they are the worst. Without fail, there are always the fans who go too far.
The real American hero last night was the fact checker of all fact checkers, Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary and Thesaurus.
Ricardo Lockette is proof that a single hit can change not only one life, but many.
The NFL is trying to distract from the reality that investigators are closing in on how they’ve downplayed player brain injuries.
Three main things come to light when a man sends a picture of his penis to a woman. Not so shockingly, all three relate back to ego and how excited his brain gets.
Actress Kerry Washington demonstrates how a lady can express displeasure without torching people.
Listen my children and you will hear of the midnight ride of the female Paul Revere: Sybil Ludington Ogden.
We’ll probably see more PR from the NFL over admissions it’s been lying about player concussions for 13 years.
Starting at age 15, Eliza Lucas Pinckney was a transnational entrepreneur and later deeply embedded in the politics of the American Revolution.
Deborah Read Franklin was the sort of clever, enterprising woman well-suited to be Benjamin Franklin’s wife.
This elder sister of 13 children and mother to five had a direct influence on the American Revolution and resulting U.S. Constitution.
Besides Barbara Bush, only Abigail Adams has been both the wife and mother of American presidents.
From ‘pure applesauce’ to ‘interpretive jiggery-pokery,’ deceased Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s legal wit will be sorely missed.
Turns out, being bird-brained is a great thing, if you don’t want concussions.
Hollywood has done for traumatic brain injuries what science and pro sports have been unable to: get us to confront ‘Concussion.’
We don’t know how to handle the potential for sports-related brain injuries, but that’s not stopping lawmakers from wading in.
Students who attend for-profit college default on their student loans at four times the rate of community college-goers.
Getting more people into college is about more money for bankers, not benefitting young people and society.
Young people are taking out increasingly large loans for education that has increasingly fewer returns.
University of North Carolina basketball legend Dean Smith recently died at age 83. Here’s a refresher on his legacy.
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