June 17, 2014
Years of investment, for what?
Chris Hedges Defends Himself Against Accusations of Plagiarism—and Christopher Ketcham Responds
Assessing the claims of Christopher Ketcham's article.
Slouchy socks, impeccable timing
A hero who wasn't expected to play at all in Brazil
June 16, 2014
No touching, no talking, and no messing up: The pillars of great refereeing
The five of us writing for an audience of academic humanists and publishing our thoughts in book form is somehow “ironic,” but posting a Web diatribe about a printed object is not?
A test for the unifying power of soccer
When 31-year-old V. Stiviano cried, “I can’t be racist in my heart!” to 80-year old boyfriend and Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, she joined a lineage of Americans who have secretly pressed “record” and chosen their own words with care while encouraging a friend or lover to do the opposite. Here are five more landmark moments in tape-recorded baiting.
Whether or not it’s true, most athletes believe that anger helps them.
Pepe Kicks Those He's Already Downed
The Portguese defender's history of violence