‘If we don’t have freedom over our own bodies, if our bodily autonomy is not respected … we aren’t free,’ Allison Williams told Megyn Kelly.
ESPN sideline reporter Allison Williams said she will be leaving her job after the company tried to medically coerce her into getting the COVID jab.
ESPN is having private conversations with Sage Steele after she criticized Obama’s census identification and her sports network’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
ESPN’s new partnership with historically black colleges is being praised, but the new broadcasts are dividing the sport of football by race.
While it is debatable whether another player could have taken Love’s spot, there is no evidence he was selected because of race, as the ESPN host implied.
Smith said Tebow’s hiring is just an example of “someone of a different ilk, a different ethnicity, getting opportunities that we know we would never get.”
ESPN’s Max Kellerman and host of “First Take” said Thursday SEC football fans were especially “susceptible to very low-quality information.”
“If you vote for Donald Trump, you are a racist. You have no wiggle room,” tweeted Jemelle Hill, a contributor at Disney’s ESPN.
“I don’t want an apology. I want ESPN to ask the NBA why they won’t let players stand up for America and be able to criticize China’s actions,” said Hawley.
Try as he might, Armstrong can’t dissociate himself from his stratospheric rise to make his fall seem less dramatic and his deception less extreme.
ESPN has instructed staff to avoid discussing Chinese politics when covering Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey’s tweet supporting Hong Kong.
As the film notes, basketball star Dennis Rodman worked hard to become, and remain, a celebrity, but he does not handle celebrity very well.
‘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.
ESPN is slated to honor the female gymnasts who spoke out against serial sex abuser Larry Nassar by awarding them the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at this year’s ESPYS.
Sports writer and talk radio host, Clay Travis, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss why ESPN is losing money and other big changes in sports media.
When everything’s a hate group, dialogue becomes impossible.
Aaron Rodgers dished on football’s disappointing glory, Christianity’s disappointing God, and Colin Kaepernick—which can only mean Rodgers is going to have a terrible season.
ESPN is a laughingstock, and their defenders have been totally undermined by a move so stupid that it will be an item of ridicule for months to come.
Sports journalist and former ESPN reporter Brit McHenry opens up about her career and interest in political issues on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Fewer Americans are watching the NFL because of the national anthem protests, a recent poll found.