Ford presented Sports Illustrated's Inspiration of the Year award to Rachael Denhollander, who brought the first of more than 160 allegations of sexual abuse against Larry Nassar.
The magazine's iconic swimsuit issue will finally end the objectification of women with a nude photo shoot where "models were as much participants as objects."
Your guide to the NFL protests, what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
In 1960, President-elect John F. Kennedy wrote an article for Sports Illustrated titled "The Soft American," warning that the nation was producing too many large, doughy boys. For better and for worse, his ideas continue to resonate.
The MVP's most unprecedented move came long before he made the major leagues.
The passing of Muhammad Ali has inspired numerous remembrances and obituaries. We collect some of the best.
"Where is the summer of soccer gonna be? I have no idea."
We spoke to NFL analyst Michael Carlson about the risks players take by appearing on the game's artwork.
A damning investigative report shows how police and prosecutors repeatedly failed to end ex-NFL player Darren Sharper's serial violence against women.
George Plimpton's legendary article the "The Curious Case of Sidd Finch" is a masterpiece of sportswriting. It also owes a lot to the poetry of Kenneth Koch.
Reihan Salam sits down with David Epstein, former senior writer at Sports Illustrated, to chat about the ways that human biological diversity impacts athletic ability, and how this understanding could affect the future of elite sports.