Fury, anarchy, martyrdom: Why the youth of Brazil are (forever) protesting, and how their anger may consume the World Cup.
Wrestling's most famous winner is taking on one final battle: To save his sport and all he's ever been.
A half dozen sources have said that, among other things, Nate Fitch helped run a Johnny Manziel autograph business. He's the unknown hole at the center of a famous person's scandal, both caught up in events and a driver of those events.
Can a fly rod really hold the secret of life? In the central Montana mountains, a paralyzed man and his wife are proving the answer just might be yes.
As he reaches his 50th birthday, MJ is still looking for one more ass to kick
The ideas of family, and of home, are inexorably wound together, much like the stories of the integration of Ole Miss in 1962, and of the university's dominant football team that fall.
The strange relationship between Lionel Messi and his hometown in Argentina
Gregory and Jason Halman -- two brothers bound by baseball and torn apart in one psychotic episode.
Thirty years after Bear Bryant's final season, the person who knew him best struggles to remember the man behind the myth. He's not alone.
Is he Guerdwich Montimere? Or is he Jerry Joseph? If only it were that simple.
In defense of a game that lasts five days
One man, trapped between two worlds, still chases his dream
Penn State was a place from another time, in a self-proclaimed happy valley. Now, scorched by scandal, the town that Joe Paterno built struggles to define its icon and itself.
LSU coach Les Miles juggles family and football in the shadow of the Alabama showdown
Why Junior Johnson, at age 80, is trying to outrun his own legacy
The fight to save a golf course from financial meltdowns, voodoo curses and the inevitable power of the tides