A new report advises families on youth sports during the indoor months of the pandemic.
As the usual suspects round out another slate of semifinal games, critics wonder whether the sport’s regional culture is undermined by its marquee event.
The onetime Cougar reached the pinnacle of college football, fell from it, and has gotten to the top again.
As the 2020 season unfolded amid a pandemic, the slights of pundits and ranking organizations matter less than the the season itself.
The job description of Drew Brees’ fill-in limits his ability to showcase his talent, but Taysom Hill has earned his coach’s respect because: “The job is to win.”
The Washington Football Team quarterback has returned to the field after an injury that nearly took his life.
An unprecedented amount of mail-in voting, and a litigious candidate, create the possibility of an election argued over in the courts
How past missteps in calling elections can help viewers watch this year’s race with care.
The hip-hop superstar has demonstrated that celebrities have increasing power as political candidates.
As polls in the lead-up to the 2020 election show wide gaps, people across the political spectrum remember the lessons of 2016.
Cooling weather and public messaging play a role, but scientists point to a simple drop in vigilance as the main culprit.
Amy Coney Barrett, 48, would fill the seat held by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a liberal and legal icon who died last month at 87-years-old from cancer.
Amid the tension surrounding Amy Coney Barrett’s likely replacement of Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court, the idea of expanding the court has gained traction.
As the coronavirus pandemic forces the shuttering of rodeo events, a tight community of cowboys and organizers bands together.
Fans call out player transgressions, the NFL fines coaches, but COVID-19 continues to disrupt pro football.
Next year, the court will decide whether oil companies will face lawsuits in state or federal courts.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a case early next year that could reset the balance between protecting election integrity and ensuring fair access for all voters.
If confirmed before the election, Barrett will soon hear a religious liberty case with far-reaching implications
What the potential Justice’s legal history, writings and prior testimony say about her position on reproductive rights.
If confirmed, Amy Coney Barrett could become a deciding voice if this November’s presidential election is contested in the courts.
The Supreme Court is set to hear a case against the Affordable Care Act shortly after November’s election.
The president announced the nomination on Saturday; Judge Barrett, a practicing Catholic, could face questions over her experience and religious views.
As some states ramp up mail-in voting and the NBA offers its arenas as polling locations, some experts compare the risks of in-person voting to shopping for groceries.
Lee is an unlikely pick, but his presence in the discussion hints at what Trump values in a Supreme Court justice.
Will Daniel Cameron, a protege of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, go from the Breonna Taylor shooting case to the Supreme Court?
In an election season, nominating Judge Barbara Lagoa, a Cuban American, could boost President Trump’s support in a key swing state
Following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the White House and Senate are moving quickly to initiate what could be a contentious process to select her replacement.
Is the Utes’ furlough of the athletic department a temporary belt-tightening or a sign of broader change?
NBA players made a statement by sitting out games. What happens when the teams return to the court?
The Weber State alum and Portland Trail Blazers superstar wants to win on his terms, with his team.