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Jemele Hill vs. Donald Trump vs. ESPN

On Friday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted this: "ESPN is paying a really big price for its politics (and bad programming).

The Jets only have possibles—one, maybe two, maybe three

The New England Patriots, the defending Super Bowl champions, lost their home opener, game one of the 2017-18 National Football League season, with the ring presentations and the raising of the Super Bowl banner and the commissioner, Roger Goodell, making ...

Giants’ offense stalls in season opening loss to Cowboys

It shouldn’t have surprised anyone that in their first game of the 2017 regular season the Giants’ offense picked up where it left off at the end of last season, unable to effectively put the ball in the end zone.

Mets and Yankees travel opposite paths this season

It’s been a tale of two seasons for the Mets and Yankees. The latter is on pace to earn a spot in baseball’s postseason tournament whereas the former has been an abject disappointment.

Mystics knock Liberty out of the playoffs

“What happened?” That was the inevitable question after the New York Liberty was defeated by the Washington Mystics 82‑68 Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

No one ever gives you a slam—You gotta take it

In just two weeks, Aug. 28 through Sept. 10, new stars have emerged into the tennis world, and on its biggest stage, the U.S. Open.

Sloane Stephens authors improbable US Open championship

The year was 1981, the last time four American women reached the semifinals at the U.S. Open. It was also the last time there was an All-American junior girls final at the tournament.

Simpini paces LIU cross-country

Adjovi Simpini speaks quickly—full of enthusiasm, competitiveness, school spirit and determination. Now a senior at Long Island University, she is pushing herself to have the best possible cross-country season.

Black College Football Report: North Carolina A&T, Tennessee State and Grambling stay perched in FCS rankings

Three historically Black colleges and universities remained in the Football Championship Subdivision top 25 rankings this week in the early stages of the season.

Michael Bennett: Police singled me out, put a gun near my head

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, who is among prominent NFL players who protest the national anthem before games, said police in Las Vegas unfairly singled him out, threatened him with a gun and detained him briefly after he attended ...

NBA encourages players to engage on social issues

The NBA is encouraging its players to be socially conscious.

The 128 US Open men qualifiers are down to eight: the Semifinals

The Men’s Semifinals of the U.S. Open begins tomorrow, Friday, with the winners from four of the Opens featured in matches this week: Rafael Nadal versus Andrey Rublev, Roger Federer versus J. Del Potro, Sam Query versus Kevin Anderson and ...

American women are a force at the US Open

Even in the absence of Serena Williams, the greatest women’s tennis player of all time—who less than a week ago gave birth to a baby girl—American women have been a force at this year’s U.S. Open. Most notably Black women.

If you can put politics and social issues aside, it’s time for some football

For football fans, tonight (Thursday) begins the official start of the new NFL season, and like the last few, it’s co-opted by controversy, as well as a few concerns regarding the weather.

Giants eye super-season in the NFC

As the 2017 NFL season gets underway tonight (Thursday), the Giants, under head coach Ben McAdoo, now in his second year after replacing Tom Coughlin, are confident they have the makings of a Super Bowl team

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