San Francisco radio stations KOIT-FM and KFOG-FM have pledged to remove the signature chart-topping song “Royals” from their airwaves until the end of Major League Baseball’s World Series.
In other news Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments challenging parts of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. The case was brought to the court over an expansion of the law that some are concerned gives government too much power to eavesdrop and spy on innocent U.S. citizens when targeting foreign suspects. Continue reading
Barry Bonds, who holds the all-time homerun record in baseball, was indicted on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice Thursday in connection with an investigation on steroid use in professional sports. An investigative sports journalist assesses the implications of Bonds’ indictment. Continue reading
San Francisco Giants star Barry Bonds hit his 756th home run Tuesday, breaking Hank Aaron’s lifetime record. But the baseball legend’s link to a steroids scandal raises questions about his achievement. Sports analysts examine the milestone and the controversy. Continue reading