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  1. Top athletes' charities often don't measure up to what charity ex...

    Paula Lavigne

    An "Outside the Lines" investigation of 115 charities founded by high-profile, top-earning male and female athletes has found that most of their charities don't measure up to what charity experts would say is an efficient, effective use of money.

    Story | Conversation | March 28, 2013
  2. What's lurking in your stadium food?

    Paula Lavigne

    At 28 percent of the venues, more than half of the concession stands or restaurants incurred at least one "critical" or "major" health violation

    Eticket | Conversation | July 25, 2010
  3. OTL: Innovations in sports equipment can get fouled out - some id...

    Paula Lavigne

    Innovations nip at the heels of almost all major sports, forcing a debate over where to draw the line between advancing the competition and diminishing the importance of an athlete's ability.

    Story | Conversation | May 26, 2010
  4. Answers from the presidential candidates to sports-related questi...

    Paula Lavigne

    ESPN reporter Paula Lavigne asks the candidates to respond to several questions, including why each feels he is the best candidate to represent the interests of athletes and sports industry executives.

    Story | Conversation | September 02, 2008
  5. Sports figures not inclined to talk about their politics

    Paula Lavigne

    No one in the NBA, NFL, NASCAR or Major League Baseball executive offices would comment on their donations to political campaigns.

    Story | Conversation | September 02, 2008
  6. Pro sports figures more invested in this presidential campaign

    Paula Lavigne

    Republicans maintain the lead in presidential campaign contributions from professional sports figures, but the gap is narrowing. Analysts point to the candidates' popularity and to Capitol Hill's interest in steroids, spying and cheating in sports.

    Story | Conversation | September 02, 2008