According to a report in 2017 by the International Trade Union Confederation, at least 1,200 foreign workers had died in Qatar since it was awarded the World Cup in 2010.
Ben Domenech interview Mark Leibovich on the Federalist Radio Hour about the NFL and the threat against its cultural dominance.
‘Playmakers’ could have survived during this ‘Peak TV’ era—imagine a season taking on Bountygate, head trauma, or a real estate mogul desperate to own a team.
Bill McMorris and Ben Domenech update their ranking America’s bros and the facets of bro culture on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Suffice it to say that had Serena Williams been playing at her usual level—the level she expected herself to play—events would not have escalated on Saturday.
It is possible to be both frustrated at sexist double standards in the tennis world and think that cheating is unacceptable.
My favorite time of the U.S. Open is the first few days of the tournament. Everyone plays. Anything can happen.
The balance baseball Hall of Fame voters have struck in recognizing imperfect men with great achievements can inform how we view America’s founders.
Once latched on like a demonic baby, World Cup Derangement Syndrome draws forth life from its parasitic host, leaving nothing but a dry husk of the once-vibrant humanity behind.
His new role as a commentator shows Dale Earnhardt Jr. loves watching these races as a fan. And he just might have re-discovered his love of racing by stepping out of a race car.
If the ‘world’s game’ is really so desperate to add America to its billions of fans, it’s going to need to make some serious changes.
Soccer will never be American football, but it can find a place in your heart. Plus, information to make that dude who keeps whining about calling it soccer instead of football shut up.
Instead of grumbling about the salaries male basketball players enjoy, perhaps A’ja Wilson should be thankful their product helps bolster her own paycheck.
The inaugural season of Major League Rugby has just come to its conclusion, and I was there to witness the end from center field.
The World Cup’s first round of games wraps up today. If you haven’t been paying attention, you’ve missed out on an exciting tournament.
This is, in itself, disturbing. But what’s more worrying is the acceptance of this state of affairs by journalists and even the athletes who lost their chance at victory.
The 2018 World Cup has the potential to offer as much intrigue off the field as on it. There will be plenty to watch, aside from international relations.
The Washington Capitals won the National Hockey League title, taking home Lord Stanley’s Cup. Washington last won a championship in January 1992.
Known for colorful asides, the ESPN trio’s banter can—and often does—make blowout games as amusing, if not as compelling, as last-second nailbiters.
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