Sports take place in the real world, not an alternative universe where Trump’s bigotry doesn’t exist.
The senator from California is surging just as black women are sensing their political power. That may not be a coincidence.
In his rambling screed against the soccer star, the president revealed a lot about his worldview.
After a lopsided World Cup game, the focus was once again on how female athletes behave, not on what they’ve achieved.
Biden’s elevation to front-runner is a testament to how much the president has shaken Democrats’ faith.
A new documentary about the athlete formerly known as Ron Artest moves beyond his—and the NBA’s—most notorious moment: 2004’s “Malice at the Palace” brawl.
The Red Sox players who visit the White House owe their black and brown teammates an explanation.
After a celebrated rapper is murdered, some admirers turn to wild theories, because the reality is too hard to face.
Stars like Antonio Brown are supposed to sacrifice for their team’s sake, but teams don’t repay the favor.
It doesn’t matter how much he made from the settlement announced on Friday; he bested the league.
Her identity and motives are being unfairly challenged on all sides.
The league sacrificed its decency to buy the president’s silence, only to discover that with Trump, loyalty is a one-way street.
Even when people of color do very American things, they still aren’t seen as being members of American culture.
Trump isn’t the first president to show such overt interest in sports, but he’s the only president in recent memory to attack athletes for their politics.
A Lifetime series that examines long-standing abuse allegations against the singer—and the continued support he has received despite them—contains an uncomfortable truth.
They were gracious to the Trumps. They had to be.
The political doesn’t always have to be personal.
I went to vote in Florida—and discovered that my name had been removed from the rolls over something I’d tweeted.
By answering a question most Democratic politicians have refused to touch, the Texas Democrat has tapped into a powerful movement.
When men of color see themselves in the embattled Supreme Court justice, they’re not seeing the bigger picture.