Nancy Armour, USA TODAY

Nancy Armour


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Recent articles by Nancy:

Opinion: Sen. Kelly Loeffler's outrage rings hollow in comparison to WNBA players' activism

Kelly Loeffler, trying to keep her Senate seat, rips WNBA's support of Black Lives Matter. But the players won't be silenced by her pandering. → Read More

Opinion: Cash, not character, made Daniel Snyder change Washington's NFL nickname

Change in nickname for the NFL team was about money ... lots of it. → Read More

Opinion: Cash, not character, made Daniel Snyder change Washington's NFL nickname

Change in nickname for the NFL team was about money ... lots of it. → Read More

Opinion: Cold, hard cash, not character, made Daniel Snyder change Washington's NFL nickname

Washington announces it will drop nickname and logo, which was chosen by racist founder and considered by some Native Americans to be offensive. → Read More

Commentary: Cold, hard cash, not character, made Daniel Snyder change Washington’s NFL nickname

FedEx threatened to take its name off the stadium unless the name was changed. Nike pulled team merchandise from its website. Pepsi expressed its disapproval. → Read More

Opinion: Best for NASCAR, other sports leagues to ignore Trump's hateful messages

Trump is digging in on the racism and bigotry that got him elected the first time. His targets have included Roger Goodell and now Bubba Wallace. → Read More

Athletes, coaches and broadcasters are Changing the Game, and that's good for all women

New podcast from USA TODAY Sports looks at how female athletes, coaches and broadcasters have changed the way society views women. → Read More

Opinion: Noose in Bubba Wallace's garage strengthens resolve to fight racism

Bubba Wallace is the only full-time Black driver in NASCAR's Cup series, and it was his pressure that led to ban of Confederate flags at tracks. → Read More

Larry Nassar survivors ask DOJ to release report on FBI's delays in sexual abuse investigation

FBI waited to investigate claims from USA Gymnastics that Larry Nassar was sexually abusing athletes. Survivors want DOJ to share report on the delay. → Read More

Opinion: Players' voices finally matter to NFL. They will make sure league, Roger Goodell live up to promises.

Some of the NFL's biggest stars forced league, Roger Goodell to call out police brutality, acknowledge protesting players have been right all along. → Read More

Trump is no 'ally of peaceful protesters,' whether it's NFL players or citizens

President Trump declared support for peaceful dissent, yet he attacked NFL players for taking a knee and is now calling on force to quell protesters. → Read More

Opinion: As protests rage over racial inequality, Drew Brees' tone-deaf comments show Saints QB is willfully ignorant

Saints quarterback Drew Brees says taking a knee disrespects the flag and military, reviving a misinformed idea and angering many. → Read More

Opinion: Sports can be the great healer, but we're not there yet

Sports have been a unifier in times of tragedy, but the death of George Floyd, and the frustration it has released, deserves our full attention. → Read More

Opinion: Joe Burrow shows rest of NFL that white athletes must protest inequality, too

White athletes are starting to protest inequality, as Joe Burrow, Carson Wentz and Trevor Lawrence among those speaking out after George Floyd death. → Read More

Opinion: After George Floyd's death in Minnesota, still think Colin Kaepernick's knee was the problem?

Four officers were fired after George Floyd died in police custody. Still think Colin Kaepernick's kneeling was a problem? → Read More

Commentary: LeBron James speaking out on Ahmaud Arbery’s death shows how he rises above Michael Jordan

Jordan was the most popular person on the planet and could have shifted public opinions, maybe even policies, with just a word or two. But racism, sweatshops, poverty, inequality — those were problems for somebody else. → Read More

Opinion: LeBron speaking out on Ahmaud Arbery's death, racism, shows how he rises above Michael Jordan

LeBron James, outraged over shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, never hesitates to speak against injustice, racism, in stark contrast to Michael Jordan. → Read More

Opinion: Lengthy suspension of Laurie Hernandez's former coach sends powerful message

Maggie Haney suspended for eight years by USA Gymnastics, plus two years of probation, after panel finds she verbally and emotionally abused gymnasts. → Read More

What to know as soccer gets set to resume in Germany amid pandemic

Most German teams had nine games left when play was suspended in mid-March because of the novel coronavirus, and two teams have 10 games still to play → Read More

Opinion: Legal ruling doesn't change fact US Soccer lost fight with women's team long ago

Federal judge tossed US women's equal pay claim, but said discrimination claims related to chartered flights, travel and support staff could proceed. → Read More