I love week 1 of the NFL for the sake that it’s so unpredictable in terms of teams and player performances. We’ve heard all during the offseason from experts on what teams should be good and what players will produce. In the fantasy football world, you’ve been told about sleepers and players…

It’s been a joy writing about fantasy football for the last four seasons and as I go into the fifth year of doing this, I’m going to tackle something that’s been said to me on more that one occasion.

Presidential debates — even those featuring 10 or more candidates well over a year before Election Day — can tell us much about those self-confident enough to offer themselves as the nation’s next commander in chief.

It is time to remind ourselves of the Four Stages of Political Defeat and whether the losing side — in this case, the Democrats who suffered an unexpected and stinging rebuke in 2016 — will be able to recover and compete.

Iran’s corrupt religious dictators continue to talk, taunt and act as if their periodic attacks on oil tankers and cyclic threats to close the Strait of Hormuz to commercial and naval vessels still have the power to spike global oil prices, depress stock markets and economically throttle the…

WASHINGTON — It is astounding that 159 years after the end of the Civil War we are having a full-throated debate about whether the U.S. president is a racist. Or is that surprising?

Here are two facts Americans should be aware of: There will be men and women deploying to Afghanistan for the first time this September who were born after Sept. 11, 2001; the authorization for that war was signed so long ago that 80% of the men and women in Congress today never voted on it.…

The other day on MSNBC, Nicolle Wallace asked her guest, Rep. Karen Bass, about President Donald Trump: “Other than endangering the lives of those four congresswomen that he targeted in those racist tweets ... Do you believe he’d have blood on his hands if there were a racially inspired atta…