Did Ernest Hemingway Commit Suicide Because He Had CTE?

A 2018 book from a leading psychiatrist credibly suggests that multiple concussions may have contributed to his violent demise


How a Naval Officer Blinded by an IED Became a Gold-Medal Paralympian

Brad Synder is a five-time Paralympic gold medalist and Naval Academy teacher.


NASCAR Crew Member Gives Up Amish Upbringing for Life in the Pit

Reuben Kauffman on trading a horse-drawn buggy for the fast-and-furious life of pro racing.


Iditarod Dog Doping Scandal Calls Into Question Famed Alaskan Sled Race

Four dogs from champion musher Dallas Seavey's team tested positive for banned substance.


How Jimmy Kimmel Became Late Night Television’s Voice of Reason

Host has taken his serious, politically-minded rhetoric far beyond the healthcare debate.


Will CNN President Jeff Zucker Survive AT&T’s Acquisition of Time Warner?

Vanity Fair explores the potential fallout of the feud between President Trump and the cable chief.


Why the MLB Commissioner Didn’t Suspend Yuli Gurriel During the World Series

Astros player made racist gesture during Friday's game, but will face punishment in 2018 season.


WNBA’s Breanna Stewart Pens Powerful #MeToo Story

Seattle Storm forward recounts being molested in new Players' Tribune essay.


Players Say Colin Kaepernick’s Voice Needs to Be Heard in NFL Meetings

Eagles' Malcolm Jenkins, 49ers' Eric Reid try to clarify former quarterback's role in protest talks.


Joe Lockhart: The Man Behind the NFL’s Protest Era Messaging

League spokesman was White House press secretary during President Clinton's scandal involving Monica Lewinsky.


Why Chris Long Donated a Season’s Worth of NFL Checks to Charity

Eagles' defensive end donated all of his NFL checks to support educational causes.


Astros, Dodgers Rewrite Baseball History Books in Extra-Innings World Series Game

Three separate baseball records fell during last night's epic, 10-inning walk-off win by Houston.