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The NFL's new playbook

Beyond controversy and CTE, National Football League team executives must navigate a treacherous set of new market conditions. Indianapolis Colts' COO Pete Ward talked about some of the challenges and what the league must do to stay on top.

Remembering John McCain

The Arizona senator had strong feeling on sports, and in a 2016 conversation expounded on the NFL's ill-fated "pay for patriotism" black eye and why he wouldn't want "a single dime of taxpayer dollars" spent on subsidizing sports venues.

The NBA's new game

Milwaukee Bucks boss Peter Feigin talks about what opening a new arena means in an industry where a franchises increasingly depend on both their physical and virtual assets.

Digging, and spiking, for gold

Rising volleyball star Sara Hughes still has her grandmother doing her taxes but that hasn’t stopped brands such as Nike from wanting a piece of her – both on the beach and on Instagram, ahead of the 2020 Olympics.

Minor leagues win some major deals

With 40 million fans a year, Minor League Baseball offers a big upside for sponsors. Maury Gallagher, founder and CEO of Allegiant Airlines, talks with sports business expert Rick Horrow about why he’s inked a marquee sponsorship with the minors. Plus, a look at the runaway ad money behind the MLB All-Star Game.

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Trump chips away at liberal U.S. appeals court majorities

Aided by fellow Republicans in the Senate, President Donald Trump is rapidly filling vacancies on U.S. appeals courts, moving some that had liberal majorities closer to conservative control in an ideological shift that could benefit his administration.