An oral history of the most important deal in sports TV history, when Rupert Murdoch and Fox stole the NFL and John Madden out from under the Big Three networks, created the modern pregame show, invented a new way to see football, and launched a television empire
The former no. 2 overall pick will reportedly be dropped from Chicago’s rotation only 29 games after signing a lucrative free-agent deal
Seven coaches are wrapping up their first seasons at the helm of their respective teams, and while some of them have found success — like Matt Nagy in Chicago and Frank Reich in Indianapolis — others have been … Jon Gruden
She lost a high-profile gubernatorial race in Georgia, but became a spokesperson for the ongoing threat of voter suppression. The 2018 campaign was not her last.
The latest Spidey film reshapes a familiar story into one of the best animated features of the year—and one of the best superhero movies ever made
What happened to Minnesota’s offense? New offensive coordinator John DeFilippo and quarterback Kirk Cousins were supposed to put the team over the top, but now DeFilippo is out and Cousins is struggling. And there is no one place to pin the blame.
For decades, blind items—unsourced, name-free gossip reports—were considered the lowest rung of celebrity journalism. In the post-Weinstein era, they can launch blockbuster investigations. What happens when a powerful whisper network goes (somewhat) public?
A former EDM producer from Connecticut emerged from relative obscurity to create some of 2018’s most exciting hip-hop, including projects from left-field faves like Key!, Freddie Gibbs, and Vince Staples
Los Angeles stole a win from Kansas City with a late comeback on Thursday—and in the process, they changed the complexion of the race for the no. 1 seed
Jonathan and Drew Scott, HGTV’s twin tandem, have built a home improvement empire, and garnered enough devotion to compel hundreds of people to set sail with them across the Caribbean