It’s not just about the Harbaughs, you know
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The ailing, collapse-prone Metrodome in Minneapolis is long overdue for a replacement, and recent action by the Minnesota legislature could soon make that a reality. But before it’s gone, TIME takes a look at the worst sports …
It says much for the love and respect that Britain has for the game of darts that much of last weekend’s news was devoted to the passing away of the Scottish player Jocky Wilson
Did the designer Stella McCartney disadvantage Team GB by not including more red in their Olympic outfits?
Get those juiced goats off the field, please.
The U.S. Open ended Sunday, June 19, and the author of this gallery isn’t impressed. The sport of golf has a lot of explaining to do. TIME presents 10 very problematic, possibly evil sports
Colleges play silly games to meet Title IX requirements for gender equity in sports. Wouldn’t it be simpler if the NCAA just recognized competitive cheerleading as a sport?
Sports teams are using more analytics then ever to value players, assess trades and make roster decisions. But why couldn’t the number crunchers move from the front office to the front lines, as in-game coaches and advisers?
With an NFL lockout looking more and more likely, TIME takes a look at strikes, lockouts and other work stoppages in sporting history
Make sure you bring protective gear to the annual event in Bath, Illinois, because these fish jumping, literally, out of the water
The standard liberal approach to urban homelessness is creating an expensive and ongoing ad hoc entitlement: more and better government-run shelters, more government-subsidized housing. The standard conservative approach to urban homelessness: spending as close to nothing as possible, and try not to think about it.
The problem with the reset metaphor — the idea of pushing a “reset button” — is its implication that the excesses and madness and dysfunction in our complex economic systems can be fixed easily.
There’s no question that at the highest levels, executive pay has gotten badly out of whack, and was symptomatic of the bon temps rouler …