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The 2002 Winter Games
Latest The 2002 Winter Games Items
IOC President Thomas Bach took a shot at former President George Bush for breaking the traditional protocol at the opening ceremony of the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City.
The Winter Olympics open Thursday in Sochi, Russia, amidst tales of construction nightmares, toxic sludge, and stray dogs hiding in fear for their lives in the wake of the city's campaign to seek and exterminate the animals.
Erin Hamlin already has accomplished the unthinkable in the world of luge, so she'll head to the Sochi Olympics with an anything-is-possible mindset and a goal: to make her grandmother proud.
Waddie Mitchell has been named honorary poet of the celebration commemorating Nevada's 150th anniversary of statehood.
House and Senate negotiators pushed to finish a new round of stifling sanctions on Iran, targeting energy, shipping and insurance sectors with punitive measures to derail Tehran's suspected push for nuclear weapons.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney caused a stir in Britain on Thursday by questioning whether the country is prepared to host the Olympic Games without a hitch and scheduling a fundraiser with the former head of a troubled bank.
Mitt Romney returned to Salt Lake City on Saturday to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the 2002 Winter Games he helped lead, but the GOP presidential candidate came under attack for urging the federal government to provide big bucks for Olympic expenses.
Chicago's mayoral hopefuls are entering their final full week of campaigning before the election next Tuesday.