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North Carolina repeals 'bathroom law'
The law was projected to cost the state more than $3.76 billion over dozen years.
March Madness at work: the cost of lost productivity
What's bad for business is good for morale.
Players skipping bowl games reignites debate about college athlete compensation
By sitting out bowl games, some players seek to protect their NFL value
Softball has some unlikely origins and an uncertain future
Women who play competitive sports today have fewer opportunities to make it a career
Why aren't people watching women's basketball?
For a lot of fans, March Madness ended with Villanova's buzzer-beater. Why?
Getting back from March Madness
So you're out of the tournament. How do you and your teammates get home?
Big labor's March Madness problem
Millions of Americans filled out brackets this year — while on the clock
After big game, NCAA grapples with student-athlete pay
The NCAA's faces pressure to provide student athletes with more financial aid.
College football's playoff payoff
One likely result of college football's first playoffs? An eventual expansion to eight teams or more.
The NCAA lawsuit in context
The NCAA lost a lawsuit in its battle over collegiate athlete likenesses. What does that mean?