Awful Announcing's Ben Koo posted a lengthy report on Fox Sports emerging as a major threat to ESPN's long monopoly on college football coverage. Declaring a key part of that rivalry as political, Koo likened ESPN to a "punching bag" and Fox Sports as the alternative of choice for "disgruntled conservatives."
In a speech before an audience at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., Fox News’ Chris Wallace said that, as president, Donald Trump is “engaged in the most direct, sustained assault on freedom of the press in our history,” Mediaite reports. He said that Trump’s attacks “have done some damage.”
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Retired Dutch football star Marco van Basten has been benched for a week by Fox Sports for saying "sieg heil" on air. Van Basten, working as an analyst, was off camera on Saturday when he used the German phrase for "hail victory" that became notorious for
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Retired Dutch football star Marco van Basten has apologized for saying "sieg heil" during a live television show after a German coach was interviewed. Van Basten, working as an analyst for Fox Sports, was off camera Saturday when he used the German phrase for "hail victory"
Eric Holder, who was attorney general in the Obama administration, attacked William Barr in an op-ed for "running political interference for an increasingly lawless president."
Nine months into the job, Bleacher Report's CEO Howard Mittman spoke with Business Insider about his plot for 2020 to build the digital brand into a sports media powerhouse that could close some of its gap with ESPN.
In their rematch against the Steelers on Sunday, Browns Head Coach, Freddie Kitchens, made waves by wearing a t-shirt that simply said, "Pittsburgh started it." This referred to the fight between the Steelers and Browns earlier this season, which resulted in 33 disciplinary actions, including an indefinite suspension to the Browns' Myles Garrett.
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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - Australia’s foreign minister on Monday described as “unacceptable” the daily interrogation of a shackled Chinese Australian writer detained in Beijing since January on suspicion of espionage. Yang Hengjun was taken into custody upon arriving in southern China's Guangzhou from New York in January with his wife,