The US women's team defeated Colombia Monday night to advance to the quarterfinals in the World Cup soccer tournament in Canada. But foul trouble means the team will be without a pair of players for their next match.
The NFL Players Association had called for Goodell to recuse himself from Brady's appeal, calling him a key witness, while citing his 'evident partiality' to the investigator's report on how the footballs were deflated.
Dylann Roof, charged with the Charleston, S.C., church killings, is being linked to a hateful manifesto. Typically, publicizing manifestos can be harmful, some psychologists say. But this case might be different.
The protests in Baltimore gave fresh urgency to an old question: Can the underlying challenges of poverty ever be fixed? In one neighborhood, many say that change begins by seeing the situation differently – by looking at the people differently.
The church shooting in Charleston, S.C., this week raises questions about gun violence in America and how to control it. Given political realities and public opinion, it seems unlikely that new laws will result.
For many black Americans, calling the massacre a 'hate crime' doesn't go far enough. They say the attack was by definition 'terrorism,' a word that connotes acts against the American way of life itself.