Why we love watching grown men play a game based on grown men playing a game.
I'll tell you who to start and sit, but you need to make the moral choice to keep playing
"Remember two things, no one wants to hear about your fantasy team and never trust your instincts," the comedian says
A former NASA scientist answers questions like how best to build a Lego bridge from London to New York.
They may not be sportsmanly, but they're not against the rules either: Ways to sabotage the fantasy draft for your friends
I spent more time picking my fantasy football team's name than I did on my draft strategy, writes Elijah Wolfson
How blood transfusions may have saved seven Ebola patients 20 years ago
A greener method of cooling is about to get very hot
An impending funding cutoff, if it occurs, may result in the closure of thousands of community health centers
The initiative to include support of conversion therapy on the GOP's platform was led by the Texas Eagle Forum, an influential pro-family organization
The tree-ring divergence problem, at the center of 2009's "Climategate," can be explained by normal changes in light intensity
Tracking emotional brain activations can help single out patients with the best chance at responding to experimental treatments.