The World Cup kicks off in Russia. The U.S. team didn’t make the cut but there are plenty of teams to watch and politics to unpack.
After the Supreme Court’s green light, Delaware launches sports betting. And bets are on -- which states are next?
The Warriors and the Cavaliers meet in the NBA finals for the fourth year in a row. Is this time any different?
The NFL announced it would fine teams if their football players protest during the National Anthem.
Abby Wambach delivered the keynote address at Barnard College last week. She told the 2018 graduating class -- the "wolfpack" -- to make failure their fuel.
What if Billie Jean King had lost to Bobby Riggs? We’ll imagine that and other what-if moments in sports with Mike Pesca and a roster of all-star writers.
Behind the most successful rodeo family in history is a story of grit, family, and faith. Meet “The Last Cowboys."
Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing are with us -- along with their furry friend Rescue -- to talk about their new children's book.
After years of health problems Tiger Woods is back in the game.
Basketball superstar Kevin Love opens up about his panic attacks. Are men getting the kind of mental health support they need?
The NCAA and the FBI’s full court press into corruption in college basketball. It’s huge.
The Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea are happening against a backdrop of unprecedented geopolitical tensions with the North.
Just in time for the games in South Korea, a U.S. Olympic cross counter skier and a sports science writer on what it takes to push the boundaries of human...
Ready, set, Super Bowl. The big game caps the NFL’s season of discontent.
When gymnast Jeanette Antolin first walked into the Michigan courtroom where her abuser was about to served with a life sentence, she felt overwhelmed.
Figure skating chronicler Christine Brennan has seen the Tonya Harding biopic "I, Tonya" twice now, and she has a few journalistic quibbles about its portrayal of one of the most...
Twenty-plus years after the whack heard round the world, we’ll talk with the director of the new movie “I, Tonya” and sports reporters who covered the saga.
Personal safety motivated one of the Russia doping whistleblowers, according to the man who wrote the report.
Crime and punishment. The International Olympic Committee bans Russia from the 2018 Olympic Games. We’ll look at what it all means for sports and politics.
We're joined by Shalane Flanagan, the first American to win the women's New York City Marathon in 40 years.