by Lindsay Gibbs Oct 22, 2015
“I’m at that point where I’m ready to open up and let everyone see me for me, and I hope they accept it.”
by Katelyn Harrop & Rupali Srivastava Aug 3, 2015
Let's start with the fact that there's no snow.
by Emily Atkin Jul 30, 2015
An AP investigation has revealed something foul about Brazil's Rodrigo de Freitas Lake.
by Kiley Kroh Jul 27, 2015
The substantial opposition movement scored a major victory on Monday.
by Travis Waldron May 12, 2015
Four of Brazil's World Cup stadiums are already obsolete less than a year after the event began.
by Travis Waldron Apr 17, 2015
That result is a slight improvement for the beleaguered American bid, but opposition remains strong.
by Travis Waldron Apr 10, 2015
Hundreds of Rio residents are protesting that they were relocated out of their homes in a building once slated to become an Olympic hotel.
by Billy Flanagan - Guest Contributor Oct 27, 2014
Elana Meyers Taylor won a silver medal in two-woman bobsled at the Sochi Olympics. Now, thanks to new rules, she has decided to race with and against men.
by Zack Ford Sep 25, 2014
Moving forward, the International Olympics Committee will require host cities to agree to anti-discrimination policies protecting the LGBT community.
by Travis Waldron May 28, 2014
New York joins a list of cities that has decided the cost of hosting the Olympic Games simply isn't worth it.