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But two new lawsuits might finally change that.

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Nate Silver compares himself to the fox, knowing many little things, rather than the hedgehog, knowing one big thing. But his philosophy has characteristics of the latter.

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Why the Disabled Do Not Watch the Paralympics

Even former Paralympians turn the dial

Researchers investigate the overwhelming indifference toward the games.

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If you want to know the history of basketball, start from the ground up.

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Jason Collins will become the first openly gay major-sport male athlete tonight. The milestone invites us to think of other milestones.

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Stop Counting Olympic Medals!

Our national worth should not be measured in gold, silver, and bronze

Our national worth should not be measured in gold, silver, and bronze.

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Hosting the Olympics can be a drag—but if there’s one thing a host country can count on, it’s a boost in their medal count.

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Why Isn't China Dominating Sochi?

The country is no good at the Winter Games—but that could change when it hosts them itself

Team China won its first medal at the Sochi Olympics last week, when skater Han Tianyu took the silver in the mens's short-track 1500 meters. China's medal count has since climbed to six, with three golds, two silvers, and one bronze. Not terrible: they're currently ranked 10th in the standings, just behind Poland and ahead of Sweden.

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A blockbuster report details how horrifically a Miami Dolphin lineman was bullied by his teammate. What does it say about the league?

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The paper's coverage has been overwhelmingly condescending.

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