For many children raised in poverty, the national sport of muay Thai can be a ticket to a chance at bigger and better things - or a path down the road toward exploitation.
A study finds that developmentally disabled children are 4.6 times as likely to be victimized as their nondisabled peers.
A soccer player's journey from the horrors of war to a peaceful life.
Questions raised over the military justice system and whether it serves victims of sex crimes.
When he plays soccer, Chris Hegardt always wears a pair of green cleats. Spectators noticed his tremendous skills. They also noticed when something went wrong.
After lies and scandal, coach Rush Propst returns for game at Hoover High.
When Jason Collins revealed he was gay, he had an ally waiting for him in Denver. Because Nuggets power forward Kenneth Faried gets it. He doesn't rebound only for himself. He rebounds for his moms.
Boston Red Sox groundskeeper Dave Mellor has a message for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings -- a message of compassion and hope.
In ESPN The Magazine, Shaun Assael writes that as Auburn was barreling toward the 2010 national title, it was struggling to beat a perplexing drug problem. This is the story of how Spice helped lead to the quickest downfall of a BCS champ.
In ESPN The Magazine, Shaun Assael investigates how synthetic marijuana toppled the Auburn Tigers.
Detroit Lions receiver Calvin Johnson makes us believe in the magic of Sundays
Michigan high schools to consider change in age-limit rule, opening way for student with Down syndrome
She became critically ill in her early 20s from the effects of Cystic Fibrosis.
Now a minister, former NFL quarterback Randall Cunningham offers himself as an example of how significant and lasting changes can happen when they're least expected.
The relationship between Rice and Janet, 48, is tighter than a well-thrown spiral, having endured poverty and loss.
Scott Hall's story of drugs and stints in rehab highlights the substance-abuse problems some former professional wrestlers have faced, and the efforts WWE has undertaken to try to help its ex-stars.