Updated Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, 9:30 p.m. EDT: Because the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is looking for ways to prove that Michael Bennett somehow deserved the treatment he got from its officers 12 days ago, the department now says that it is investigating whether or not he was involved in an altercation…
While free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still without an NFL home for his protest against the killing by police of unarmed African-American men, women and children, he still has at least one NFL supporter.
No one ever said playing football was good for your brain. By this point, most sports fans have heard that those who suffer repeated concussions could possibly also suffer early-onset dementia and other neurological symptoms. This, in fact, could have lead Kansas City Chiefs’ Jovan Belcher to kill his girlfriend and…
What was apparently intended as a lighter Wall Street Journal story about the dress code for tennis players at Wimbledon took a turn toward the, uh, racist in a tweet promoting the story on Thursday morning.
He might not be Michael Jordan, or even LeBron James, but Steph Curry has just agreed to what amounts to the richest deal in NBA history.
A 17-year-old created a buzz when he showed up on a recruiting trip to one of college football’s most vaunted programs wearing one of the blackest shirts of all time.
The WNBA’s Seattle Storm has become the first team in professional sports to officially support Planned Parenthood, both politically and financially.
Colin Kaepernick remains unsigned to an NFL team. He’s supposedly finished as a player. But someone forgot to tell actual fans they were supposed to shun him.
Los Angeles police are investigating a report of racist graffiti at Cleveland Cavalier player LeBron James’ Brentwood, L.A. home. According to the LAPD, the n-word had been spray painted on the outside gate of James’ house.
Maxime Hamou, a 21-year-old French tennis player, has been banned from the French Open after groping a female reporter on live television.
The NBA Conference Finals are finally in full swing. The Boston Celtics are playing the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Golden State Warriors are playing the San Antonio Spurs. With the Warriors already up two games against San Antonio, basketball fans are inching ever closer to the all-but-inevitable Cavs vs. Warriors…
The Pachuca Tuzas were crowned as the first champions of the Liga MX women’s soccer league after beating the Tijuana Xolas 9-1 in the championship game held on Saturday.
When Haley Carter, one of Mena Ahmadi’s coaches on the Afghanistan women’s national soccer team, said that she was worried Ahmadi would be detained at the airport on an upcoming trip to the United States, Ahmadi laughed it off. While she was the daughter of Afghan refugees, she had been born in Germany and was a…
In 1967, 20-year-old Syracuse University student Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. In 2017, 50 years later, she is running the storied marathon again, with the same bib number—261.
With the Final Four kicking off this Saturday, the end of March Madness is quickly approaching. Some of you are focused on your brackets. Some of you are focused on money. Here at Fusion, we’re focused on one thing and one thing only: which team is the most woke?
It has been quite a week already for Colin Kaepernick. On Monday night, the President of the United States of America essentially took credit for keeping Kaepernick out of work (so much for “bring back our jobs”), explaining that NFL teams don’t want so suffer the wrath of a petulant crybaby’s tweets. Kaepernick gave…
UCLA will face off against Kentucky this Friday in the Sweet 16 round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. In doing so, they’ve already dealt a blow to the university's moral stance on LGBTQ rights.
El FBI y la Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) están investigando al periodista mexicano Martín Mauricio Ortega, ex director del diario La Prensa, por su posible participación en el robo de la playera que Tom Brady usó durante el Super Bowl LI.
The U.S. women's hockey team is boycotting the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship later this month in hopes of securing fairer pay. But rather than move to pay them a living wage or, heaven forbid, paying them equally to men, the USA Hockey group is reportedly considering just replacing the women…
I realize that it’s still the off-season, but there’s a very good reason to stock up on those Michael Bennett jerseys right now.