Two years after the publication of a factually inaccurate—and now discredited—article about a gang rape at UVA, Rolling Stone is in court fighting defamation charges. Will the continued fallout from the piece keep survivors from coming forward?
A lawsuit filed this week against the University of Tennessee alleges that the university had known about "(and itself created) a long-standing, severely hostile sexual environment of rape by male athletes (particularly football players)."
I started the list after reading about two separate rape cases involving college football players in 2013. Since then, it's become something much bigger—and much more horrifying—than I could have imagined.
The Louisville case is not so surprising when you look at how college sports use women as currency in recruiting young male athletes.
At a 10-hour Daytona-class race on Saturday, Christina Nielsen will be vying to become the first woman to win one of auto racing’s most coveted trophies.
Last week, a judge ruled that the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga should not have expelled a former wrestler accused of sexual assault.
The winningest female in off-road motorcycle racing retired in 2013 to have a family, thinking she’d never return to professional competition. She’s back, and the second phase of her career begins Friday night at the X Games.
The mixed field of 22 men and two women features a wife racing against her husband and a sister against her brother and her boyfriend. If nothing else, it’s another reason to watch.
What will come of Jameis Winston's lawsuit against his accuser Erica Kinsman? Legal experts weigh in on the suit and its possible consequences.
The lawsuit filed by Erica Kinsman, Jameis Winston's accuser, contains two new bits of information that could prove damaging to Winston in court.
A damning investigative report shows how police and prosecutors repeatedly failed to end ex-NFL player Darren Sharper's serial violence against women.