Ruling in lawsuit over the movie rights to a true story have helped reaffirm that facts can’t be owned.
I’ve got upcoming appearances on radio stations in Illinois, Tennessee and Missouri.
Photos from the Library of Congress capture pro football in the pre-NFL era.
The folks at Duke University have been sharing their archives online, revealing a treasure trove of early sports photographs.
Whether or not you like Sarah Palin, you have to admit that New Yorker magazine’s update of one of their classic cover designs is funny.
Bringing some science to the art of political polling.
It starts a solitary act. You sit alone in a room quietly typing away, but the words on the page are a conversation you’re having with the reader.
On the air in Tennessee tonight.
The business suit use to be a universal requirement, but it’s becoming much less common.