Senators are upset the DOD pays the NFL to honor veterans, but this isn't scandalous at all.
On eve of historic fight, not a word for a boxer with a history of domestic violence.
The truth is that lawmakers have been in bed with the NFL for decades.
Nothing — especially not a football game — measures up to the seriousness of Watergate.
The governor's raucous support for the Dallas Cowboys is paying political dividends.
GOP lawmakers are joining Dems who want to examine domestic violence in the league.
The administration calls recent domestic abuse allegations "really deeply troubling."
The speech comes amid swirling controversy over the NFL's handling of the issue.
"That player should've been fired immediately,” Gillibrand said.
Boehner says a vote will come next week as GOP grapples with Obama's Syria request.
The senator said the NFL commish should call in Condoleezza Rice for help.
The New Jersey Republican played with the Philadelphia Eagles for eight seasons.
In many ways, the National Football League is like the federal government.
The league will announce the hiring of Nicole Gustafson, an aide to Majority Whip Scalise.
Like Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July, the Super Bowl is a great national secular holiday.
The president is likely to tout the success of this year's sign-ups.
President said the league was "winging it" handling domestic violence cases.
“I know there are contracts, but this has gone on too long," she said.
The destructive consequences of physical punishment extend far beyond childhood.
Former Rep. Giffords's group wants tougher laws keeping accused abusers from having guns.
The controversial owner backed NFL chief for having "best interests of football at heart."
The New York senator said Rice should have been fired earlier.
The Baltimore running back lost his job after video emerged of him punching his then-fiancee.
Several Democratic lawmakers criticized the NFL for being too lenient.