collusion

NFL

The Colin Kaepernick Case Just Got Interesting

Kaepernick's lawyer Mark Geragos went on CNN and said the collusion case was about to "take a dramatic turn" and that someone may be willing to "dime out" the NFL.
Liam Daniel Pierce
5.31.18
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Bannon said to call for retaliation against Mueller, more than 100 million Americans exposed to shady Russian content on Facebook, White House defends Robert E. Lee, and more.
VICE Staff
10.31.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Senators cut deal on Obamacare subsidies, Bob Weinstein accused of sexual harassment, Trump accused of making "crazy" call to military widow, and more.
VICE Staff
10.18.17
Colin Kaepernick

Are NFL Owners Really Colluding Against Colin Kaepernick?

Yes, totally, but let's walk through it.
Dave Lozo
10.16.17
crime

Stop Calling the Trumps 'Traitors'

There's a good chance someone in the president's immediate family or inner circle committed a crime—just not "treason."
Matt Taylor
7.12.17
milk

If You've Bought Milk In the Past 14 Years, You May Be Eligible For This Settlement

Big Dairy has been ordered to pay $52 million in damages for colluding to fix prices on milk products by killing up to 500,000 cows. Residents of 15 states have until January 31 to collect.
Jelisa Castrodale
1.15.17
NCAA

Do NCAA Schools Really Believe in Multiyear Scholarships?

As the NCAA moved to lift its ban on multiyear scholarships beginning in 2012, association executive David Berst suggested that unhappy schools and conferences secretly collude to keep restrictions in place.
Kevin Trahan
6.29.16
Baseball

Throwback Thursday: The Assassination of Fay Vincent by the Coward American Baseball Owners

When Major League Baseball owners sacked Fay Vincent in 1992, it was a reminder of in whose best interests sports commissioners really work.
Jack Moore
9.3.15
Stuff

Why Did it Take This Long for Cancer Faker Belle Gibson's Lies to Be Revealed?

The idea that someone could lie for so long about a terminal illness is despicable, but it shows how vulnerable audiences are to feel-good stories that tell them what they want to hear.
Emma Do
4.24.15