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How Women Have Pushed Sports and Broadcasting Forward For Eight Decades 

Television is “one of the most powerful places where women in sports have evolved.”

As Trump Wages War On Birth Control, Women Are Taking Back The Condom 

Can we find “girl power” in the manliest contraceptive method of them all?

Scandal Shows NCAA Really Doesn’t Care About Student-Athlete Education

Investigation finds sham classes and secretaries doing athletes’ homework.

Jane Goodall Explains Why We Need To Encourage Kids To Be Curious

The legenday primatologist tells Neil deGrasse Tyson how she fell in love with science. Spoiler alert: It was way before she headed to Africa to study chimpanzees.

Apple Co-Founder’s Next Venture Could Revolutionize Education

With Woz U, Steve Wozniak hopes to train a new generation of tech workers for high-paying jobs.

A Smug Congressman Trolled Soccer Fans On Twitter Following The USMNT’s Devastating Loss

Nobody asked for his opinion, but he gave it anyway. Then he doubled down with sarcasm and name-calling.

History Shows Sidney Crosby Could Have Stood Up To Racial Injustice

By visitng the White House, Crosby, the Penguins, and the NHL have failed to rise to the occasion.

Even Little Kids Can Have Racial Biases

But researchers may have found a way to reverse ugly patterns before they become permanent.

A Pro Golfer Spends 12 Frustrating Hours Trying To Sink The Perfect Shot

You’ll be treated to the entire spectrum of human emotions. Well, except for one.

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