What if games publishers traded franchises every year the way professional sports teams do?
In a country with conscription for every man and woman, you have to tell tall tales to get out of the army.
Now that women can hold any position in the US military, including on the front lines of war, Congress has taken up the debate over whether they should also be registered for the draft.
We drove through Joel Embiid’s new home of Philadelphia while he broke down how he came to love basketball, his love for soda and social media, and why he looked so sad on draft night.
Preview our time with Karl-Anthony Towns during his final days before the NBA Draft, training in Kentucky and hanging with family in New Jersey.
An excerpt from the novelist's astonishing new book about a failed writer and an eccentric billionaire, both named Joshua Cohen, in the internet age.
The Sixers under GM Sam Hinkie have come to be known as hoarders and gamblers, but is their benching of Joel Embiid proof of something otherwise?
Quietly and slowly, Danny Ainge is rebuilding the Celtics, as he did once before, into a team capable of matching the franchise's legacy.
Total buzzkill: a draft bill in France aims to eradicate binge drinking by putting heavy fines and even possible jail time on those who “incite” it—which could mean a lot of things.
Sean John invited me to attend its NFL draft party. While I was there, I asked NFL draftees like Calvin Pryor, C. J. Mosley, and Taylor Lewan what they think about gays, concussions, and Donald Sterling.