In certain competitions, gender is a nonissue. What do we do when it is?
Author: Sheldon H. Jacobson, Ph.D., opinion contributor
Will online sports gambling kill America?
In “Back to the Future II,” Biff uses a sports almanac of future results to gamble his way to wealth at major societal costs. Is our nation headed down a similar path?
The folly of men’s college basketball preseason polls
Preseason polls give sports commentators and fans something to talk about, but their ability to forecast an entire season of play is limited.
COVID-19 vaccines won’t be free for long. What will they cost?
No matter what private sector retail prices are set, the actual price paid will be lower.
Business-as-usual response in the aftermath of the Michigan State mass shooting
Something has to change — everyone can agree on this — what no one can agree with is what needs to change.
Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria reveal important lessons for America
Investments in sturdy and robust infrastructures before disasters strike are critical to minimize secondary and tertiary lives lost following such events
All-or-nothing approaches to firearm safety have gotten us nowhere
The challenge with such a nuanced policy is that both positions will be unhappy.
Do classified document revelations highlight problems at the National Archives?
What is needed is a revamping of how Top Secret and Secret classified information is archived.
What the data reveal about the Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay mass killings
Are we on pace to surpass last year’s mass killing death toll numbers?
What the data say about the House Speaker vote
There are no longer two political parties. The 21 Republican holdouts have become their own party.