Despite the fact that an overwhelming amount of Native Americans do not find the Washington Redskins team name offensive, Bob Costas thinks he knows better. The liberal sportscaster on Friday talked to the Washington Post and ignored the impact of a new poll finding 90 percent support for the moniker.
There are times when Bob Costas can be pretentious. Then there are those times when the Holy Diminutive One pulls a joke poking fun at himself. During today’s coverage of the 141th Preakness Stakes on NBC, Carolyn Manno was in the infield...Show More Summary
WHY ARE DEMOCRAT-RUN INSTITUTIONS SUCH CESSPITS OF NARROW-MINDED CULTURAL STEREOTYPING? Bob Costas’ French stereotyping angers boating world: Bob Costas roiled the waters at the opening press conference for the New York leg of the prestigious Louis Vuitton America’s Cup World Series when he asked respected French skipper Franck Cammas, “Does the French team have plenty of […]
See you in 100 days, Bob Costas! #RoadToRio pic.twitter.com/CxZ2odG5HM — TODAY (@TODAYshow) April 27, 2016 (...)
With less than five months to go until the Summer Olympics, NBC’s broadcast lineup is coming together in familiar form. Back in February, the network announced Bob Costas would be the studio host for the millionth straight Olympics, and now NBC has signed on two more familiar faces: long-time correspondents Mary Carillo and Jimmy Roberts. Show More Summary
By Bob Woodward and Robert Costa Donald Trump says he will force Mexico to pay for a border wall as president by threatening to cut off the flow of billions of dollars in payments that immigrants send home to the country, an idea that could decimate the Mexican economy and set up an unprecedented showdown […]
I spent the morning reading the transcript of the interview of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump by The Post’s Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. Not since Sarah Palin’s disastrous 2008 sit-downs with Charlie Gibson, then of ABC News, and Katie Couric, then of CBS News, has my brain hurt so much. Woodward and Costa tried […]
There's a lot to parse in the lengthy interview that Donald Trump gave to The Washington Post's Bob Woodward and Robert Costa on Thursday. The Republican front-runner made some dramatic pronouncements about the future of the U.S. economy and his ability to fix it. In the realm of foreign policy, though, it was more of […]
Reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa sat down for an interview with Donald Trump, revealing a side to the candidate that rarely appears in the media. Woodward explained that there was a refreshing openness from the candidate to answer questions, and speculated on his desire to pivot to the general election. Show More Summary
On Thursday, Donald Trump, with campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, press secretary Hope Hicks and son Donald Trump Jr., sat down at the soon-to-be-finished Trump International Hotel in Washington with reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. Over the course of the discussion, the Republican front-runner made it clear that he would govern in the same nontraditional way that […]
Hopefully you’re sitting down for this stunning piece of news that surely will rock all of sports media, no… the world. Young upstart Bob Costas will host this year’s Olympics in primetime… again. NBC confirmed the news that really didn’t need any confirmation because we all knew/assumed it was happening anyways. Show More Summary
Bob Costas will return as NBC's prime-time host for the 2016 Summer Olympics, the network announced Wednesday, extending his unprecedented run as the face of the Games for American viewers. This will be Costas' 11th time in the top seat, dating back to the 1992 Barcelona Games. No other U.S. commentator...
Bob Costas will host NBC’s prime-time Olympic coverage for a record 11th time with this year's Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the network announced Wednesday. Costas has served as prime-time host for every Olympics on NBC since 1992, including the London Games, which, with 217 million viewers, is the... More »
Bob Costas will host NBC's primetime Olympic coverage for a U.S. television record 11th time with the Games of the XXXI Olympiad, August 5-21, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Costas has served as primetime host for every Olympics on NBC since 1992. Show More Summary
The NFL seeks to remind its TV viewers that “football is family,” but one of television’s talking heads finds that message a little tough to take. NBC’s Bob Costas, a sports broadcasting voice who has shown a willingness to actually assess the game critically, admitted in an interview with Bob Raissman of the New York […]
End your work week with this insane story from Bob Costas. Costas, who worked with OJ Simpson during the former NFL player’s (...)
OJ Simpson’s Bronco chase is forever etched in the memory of many Americans who watched it unfold on TV, but who OJ was calling from the back of the Bronco wasn’t well known. Al Michaels said on the day of the chase that OJ called him...Show More Summary
An NFL sportscaster for over three decades now, Bob Costas has covered his fair share of football controversies. But even after Deflategate, Bountygate and all the other scandals that have rocked the league over the past 30 years, Costas...Show More Summary
Bob Costas thinks that football has a bigger problem than any supposed “war on football,” or any behavior/disciplinary issues off the field. He thinks the problem is the game itself.
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt will play on Sunday night against the Patriots, despite having a broken hand. In an interview with Bob Costas, which will air during NBC’s Football Night in America, Watt said the hand will be properly protected. “I don’t think it’s going to affect me as much as it may come…