profanity

The Frustrated Family Hour

Since 2000-2001, violent content during the family hour has increased 52 percent. Sexual content is up 22 percent.

The Death of Sportsmanship

Rutgers University is known as the birthplace of college football, but in the last few weeks it's seemed more like the deathplace of sportsmanship.

Kathy Griffin's Unfunny Jesus Joke

Comedienne crosses the line by mocking Christ while accepting an Emmy award.

Rutgers Fans' Abuse of Navy Players Elicits Media Yawn

Journalists leaped to the defense of the Rutgers women's basketball players, but Navy men's football players seem to be fair game.

A Spoonful of Vulgar Helps the Coffee Go Down

NBC's Today treats viewers to some early morning profanity.

Judges vs. the FCC

The federal judges who ruled against the FCC suggested the agency's rulings were arbitrary and capricious. But is there anything more arbitrary and capricious than an egotistical celebrity ...

Saints and Swearing

After zooming in on a woman wearing an obscene T-shirt at an NFL game, Fox apologized - but the network is suing for the right to broadcast the F-bomb any time of day.
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