New insights into how concussions damage the brain could lead to earlier diagnosis and better treatments
In 55 wide-ranging lists, TIME surveys the highs and lows, the good and the bad of the past 12 months
Even in an Olympic year, SI says LeBron James stands head and shoulders above the rest.
Lucky and Good. Even though Robert Griffin III seems a lock to win rookie of the year, it may well be that the guy making the headlines in the post-season is the only player taken higher in the draft. Andrew Luck led his …
Jovon Belcher allegedly murdered his girlfriend, before taking his own life in front of his coach and general manager. The tragedy is shaking the NFL.
For years, the NHL has been the “fourth” pro sports league in the U.S. But as the hockey lockout continues, Major League Soccer may take its place
Chelsea’s upheaval gives Liverpool great pleasure
Players like Todd Walker, Jeff Cirillo, and Woody Williams have no chance to make the Hall of Fame. So why in the world are they on the ballot?
Alex Smith is losing his starting spot to challenger Colin Kaepernick, and he may never get it back.
Marvin Miller, a labor leader whose 16-year tenure as executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association led to the introduction of free agency and a revolution in professional sports, died of liver cancer …
India’s fledgling Amercian football league lost some players to government jobs. But Roshan Lobo — who one coach compared to Bo Jackson — wants to keep winning.
The baseball union leader, who died on Tuesday, at 95, is one of the most influential figures in all of sports
One professor proposes that schools design an academic curriculum centered on sports, complete with credits for showing up to practice. Why the idea has merit