Remember, in the digital age, it's not just what you say but how you look when you say it.
As a result of skewed coverage, many people may believe that athletes represent the face of black men. So how they are perceived and covered does matter.
Sherman, in his brash, egotistical mini-monologue is neither a hero nor a villain. He's a human being, something the NFL has brilliantly excised from its product.
We're still a country that isn't ready for lower-class Americans from neighborhoods like Compton to succeed. We're still a country that can't decipher a person's character. We're still a country that can't accept someone if they're a little louder, a little prouder, a little different.
Women have come a long way in sports, as evidenced by the 40th anniversary of Title IX this year. It's time that the NFL and the networks that cover it keep the ball rolling.
After an exciting game between Notre Dame and Michigan, ESPN Sportscaster Erin Andrews got on a plane and headed to New York City where she spent th...
Setting the crazy and emotional fervor of the '08 campaign aside, it's time to take a real look at this almost-candidate -- who now might run to be the leader of the free world -- and see what she has shown us.
After the recent shooting rampage in Manchester, Conn., one might have expected the mainstream media to speculate about the mental health of the gunman.
What are we to make of Hasselbeck's "apology?" She did not retract her statement. She did not admit that what she said was wrong.
I couldn't really figure out what was going on with Chad and Cheryl during practice. It seems like he has a crush on her and she's not reciprocating because she wants to keep it all professional.
I really felt badly for Kate Gosselin in practice, especially after Tony got so mad at her he nearly called it quits. She really needs just to calm down and not panic so much.
I haven't found much to say about Dancing With the Stars lately, but this season, there are a lot of really genuinely likable people on, some whom I didn't expect to be so.
HuffPost editor Roy Sekoff appeared on "The Joy Behar Show" Tuesday along with Fran Drescher to discuss Rielle Hunter's interview with GQ and the sent...
Time for my annual tradition of getting gifts for my favorite -- and not so favorite -- public figures, including Larry Summers whom I'm getting a Goldman Sachs pension (after all, he's earned it). READ MORE Newsmakers Roasting on an Open Fire: Your Gift Ideas for 2009's Naughty and Nice Here are your gift suggestions, including a GPS for Barack Obama, to show him the way from Wall Street to Main Street (submitted by manx). READ MORE The Senate Health Care Bill: Leave No Special Interest Behind There are many reasons for hoping the Senate health care bill doesn't become the law of the land. But the biggest reason of all is the desperate need for a DC pattern interrupt. READ MORE
This week in a Los Angeles courtroom, Michael David Barrett pleaded guilty to one count of interstate stalking as a result of his activity related to Erin Andrews of ESPN.
After the Olympic failure, Chicagoans need something to make them smile. Get prepared to meet the Kinky Llama, Chi-Town's bicycle-riding sex toy delivery man. What's his top seller? Listen to find out.