Forever high on hubris, the sport is pondering extra games, playoff teams, and new franchises, perhaps in London or Los Angeles. And it feels like all are in the name of profit, not principle.
The NFL has announced the dates of its three regular-season games in London next year, with the Dallas Cowboys playing the Jacksonville Jaguars
The Dallas Cowboys’ 2014 schedule is already taking shape and will feature a regular-season visit to London.
Gov. Rick Perry will be traveling with his wife to London and Israel later this week to promote the Texas economy and businesses.
The thirst for additional wealth among the NFL owners simply cannot be slaked, and therefore those in charge of such decisions will likely push hard to move a team there if it results in even $1 more net per year. The question is, should an NFL team move to London?
A job in health care, a growing industry with good wages, just might be what the doctor ordered.
With the league expanding its annual international series from one game to two this year, the usual questions arise whether one day the league will expand to London.
Former President George H.W. Bush is calling former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher one of the 20th century’s fiercest advocates of freedom and free markets.
With the London games long since passed, the world is counting down to Sochi. But the City of Dallas is already planning to present a bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
Delta Air Lines Inc. is buying almost half of British airline Virgin Atlantic for $360 million as it aims to boost its share of the lucrative New York-to-London market.
Prince William is visiting his pregnant wife Kate in a London hospital, where she is spending a second day being treated for acute morning sickness.
The Rolling Stones are marking their 50th anniversary with a concert in London.