Jeb Bush Doesn't Think Washington Redskins Should Change Their NamePresidential hopeful Jeb Bush doesn't think the Redskins should change their name.
Chris Rock Tweets Redskins Are Racist for Name and Treatment of RG3Chris Rock tweets Washington Redskins are racist for name and treatment of Robert Griffin III.
'Minority Report' Changes Washington 'Redskins' Name on ShowFox's new show "Minority Report" changes the name of the Washington Redskins.
Decision to Drop 'Redskins' Unpopular Among Indiana StudentsSchool board votes to drop Indiana school’s ‘Redskins’ moniker despite protest from students.
Bruce Allen 'Surprised' by Ruling to Uphold 'Redskins' Trademark CancellationBruce Allen is "surprised" by a federal court ruling to uphold the cancellation of the Redskins' federal trademark protections.
Federal Judge Upholds Cancellation of 'Redskins' TrademarksA federal judge has upheld a June 2014 ruling to cancel the Redskins’ six federal trademark protections, 106.7 The Fan has learned.
Olbermann Ties Together Redskins' Name, Confederate Flag, Charleston ShootingKeith Olbermann ties together the name 'Redskins,' the Confederate flag, and the Charleston shooting.
Ban on 'Redskins' One Step Closer to Law in CaliforniaThe first statewide public ban of the term ‘Redskins’ is two steps away from becoming California law.
SNIDER: Redskins Name Faces Watershed MomentThe Redskins' defense of their controversial name may soon face its toughest challenge to date.
Redskins Logo Digitally Removed from Ad Featuring RG3 Touchdown Run“Change The Mascot” ad features actual game footage of an RG3 touchdown run, with all traces of the Redskins logo digitally removed.
U.S. Justice Department Joins Trademark Fight Over Redskins NameThe Justice Department says it is intervening in a trademark dispute concerning the team name of the Washington Redskins.
FCC Denies Petition to Ban ‘Redskins’ on Radio, Cites ‘Free Speech’A petition to ban the word "Redskins" from use on radio has been rejected by the Federal Communications Committee, with the government agency ruling the word is neither "profane" nor "obscene."