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  • On The Fly: Politics Find Way Into Super Bowl

    On The Fly: Politics Find Way Into Super Bowl
    Politics have a way of seeping into everything, right? You can add the Super Bowl, too. That's right, Congress — yes Congress — could bring Super Bowl XLIX to a screeching halt if it doesn't get its act together by New Year's Eve. Lauren...
  • Run for cover? SI goes all in on Cubs' Jon Lester

    Run for cover? SI goes all in on Cubs' Jon Lester
    It didn’t take long for Sports Illustrated to go all-in on the Cubs. SI decided to go with Jon Lester on the cover of this week’s magazine. Tom Verducci writes about the pitcher’s decision to sign with the Cubs. Cubs fans, though,...
  • Update: Story about purported teen millionaire in doubt

    Update: Story about purported teen millionaire in doubt
    The credibility of a story published on SunSentinel.com about a New York high school student who reportedly claimed to have made millions on the stock market has come into doubt after the teen reportedly told another publication he made the whole thing...
  • Top 14 from '14: The Year in Sports

    The Sports Xchange Top 14 from '14: The Year in Sports The year in sports brought many memories, including special firsts, a dynasty debate the return of a king and a coup of an NBA owner. The Sports Xchange tapped the correspondents who brought the...
  • John M. Crisp: Who were we kidding, anyway?

    After many years of teaching in college, I've concluded that few demographic groups are more pitiless, hardhearted and coldblooded than a class full of college freshmen. Capital punishment? My students are devoted proponents, arguing that justice should...
  • Ignoring the other side of the story

    Ignoring the other side of the story
    During my decades of journalism, I have been alternatively amused and appalled by the sarcastic newsroom slogan: "A story too good to check out." I've been amused by the battlefield sarcasm that comes from having a hot story lead fall apart under the...
  • 'I can't breathe' NBA protests highlight modern player power

    When a wave of the NBA's biggest stars donned "I Can't Breathe" shirts - the rallying cry of demonstrators against U.S. policing tactics in black communities - it highlighted the power and influence wielded by today's professional basketball stars. The...
  • Rape article controversy has plunged Rolling Stone into its deepest crisis

    Rape article controversy has plunged Rolling Stone into its deepest crisis
    The story featured a sympathetic protagonist, some powerful accused villains and allegations of the most unspeakable kind. In September 2011, Rolling Stone magazine recounted the alleged sexual abuse of Billy, a young man who said that as a 10-year-...
  • Cynthia M. Allen: Call it what you will, 'culture of rape' must end

    There are so many disturbing elements to the recent Rolling Stone story about a fraternity gang rape at the University of Virginia and the subsequent admission by the publication's managing editor that huge pieces of the article including details of the...
  • Ralph Morse, renowned photographer, 97

    Ralph Morse saw it all. From Germany's surrender in World War II to Babe Ruth's farewell at Yankee Stadium, to the cutthroat Space Race between the U.S. and the Soviet Union, he was there, camera in hand, capturing history as it was made. In an...
  • Both sides in the New Republic meltdown are wrong about the magazine

    Considering how devoted everyone involved in the meltdown of The New Republic is to the principles of trenchant journalism and lucid policy analysis, the most remarkable thing about the event is how obtuse they all are about the magazine's past, present...