An intensifying chase for conference titles and College Football Playoff inclusion coincides with a crucial stretch of the recruiting cycle. Just three weeks separate the national championship (Jan. 9) and national signing day (Feb.Show More Summary
President Obama signed the unanimously bipartisan Survivors’ Bill of Rights Act October 7—the same day video leaked of Donald Trump, the Republican nominee for the nation’s highest office, bragging about sexually assaulting women. The post Advocates: Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights Coming to State Legislatures appeared first on Rewire.
In honor of this week’s national celebration of Labor Day, a selection of images that personify the hard work and dedication of the American worker.
A year-and-a-half ago, Najee Harris gave his verbal commitment to Alabama. But now as February's national signing day inches closer, the nation's consensus top recruit isn't quite as committed to joining the Crimson Tide. “I’m going to take my five visits, but I just don’t know where,” Harris said last week, per Jim Halley of USA Today. Show More Summary
"Every day brings a fresh revelation that highlights the unacceptable danger in electing him to lead our nation.”
As of Wednesday, enough nations have formally joined the Paris climate agreement they signed last December to bring it into full effect. This will take place November 4, just a few days before the 22nd session of U.N.’s Framework Convention...Show More Summary
Good morning! This is the Read Option, your daily college football newsletter. Sign up for this in your inbox! This was 29 days ago: The exact moment the Texas Longhorns returned to national prominence? pic.twitter.com/pvjLSXH0Cl — ESPN...Show More Summary
This Week in Motocross features an analyzation of the sport's biggest news for the week. We've got silly season on the horizon, a change in plans for the next Motocross of Nations, and some speculation about Joe Gibbs Racing switching to Suzuki.
Welcome to The Crootletter (sign up to get this in your inbox!). I'm Bud Elliott, SB Nation's National Recruiting Analyst, and in this space I'll be sharing news, rumors, and musings on the world of college football recruiting, as well as the occasional gambling column. Show More Summary
It's National Voter Registration Day and there's no time like the present to sign yourself up! You want reasons? Here's five of the best, most tremendous reasons ever: 1. Hillary Clinton killed last night at the debate. 2. We don't want a president who thinks climate change is a Chinese hoax. 3. Show More Summary
The United Nations International Civil Aviation Organization is poised to take a ground-breaking decision on a global market-based measure to control aviation’s greenhouse gas emissions in a matter of days. If signed off at ICAO’s general...Show More Summary
JIM BROWN’S TOUGHEST DAY IN THE NFL: Attempting to talk sense into Colin Kaepernick: Brown says he’s been heartened by signs of athletes recently speaking out on social issues, but says using the national anthem as a forum can be hurtful to veterans and others. “You can point it out but you don’t necessarily want […]
With less than six months until national signing day, programs around the nation are gearing up for the stretch run in adding top targets to their 2017 recruiting classes. A glance at the 247Sports team rankings shows powers such asShow More Summary
So it turns out that in the NFL, you can also be too patriotic. On 9/11, the same day as several players knelt or raised fists in signs of protest during the national anthem, the Titans’ Avery Williamson wore cleats that he knew would get him fined … cleats that featured messages of respect for those who died 15 years ago. Show More Summary
Fifty years ago this month (on September 9, 1966), President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety laws that launched a great life-saving program for the American People. I was there that day at the White House at the invitation of President Johnson who gave me one of the signing pens. Show More Summary
You probably had no idea today was National Dog Day until you signed on to Twitter or Facebook this morning, but no matter — it’s as good an excuse as any for Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment to drop the first A Dog’s Purpose...Show More Summary
Ohio State has consistently occupied the pole position in the race to land the nation’s No. 1 recruiting class on national signing day in February. With the additions of 5-star receivers Trevon Grimes and Tyjon Lindsey—who both committed...Show More Summary
Leah Jessen Politics, What you need to know. Over the last 20 years, welfare reform has reduced poverty trends, national welfare experts say. President Bill Clinton signed into law the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act in 1996. Show More Summary
As the 2016 season approaches, college coaches around the nation will be busy monitoring top targets they hope to land in the 2017 cycle on national signing day. A quick glance at the 247Sports team rankings shows that every team currently ranked among the nation’s top 25 classes has at least 12 commitments. Show More Summary
Two states very much worth watching as signs for the Trump-pocalypse are Virginia and Colorado. They both represent, in somewhat different ways, the demographic challenges that Republicans face in national elections these days — challenges that Trump is making a whole lot worse. A new batch of Quinnipiac polls neatly illustrates the dynamic. They find […]