By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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He didn't win a medal, but the "Blade Runner" reveled in in his Olympic moment. On Tuesday, still basking in the glow, Pistorius tweeted a photo from London of himself with eventual 400-meter gold medalist Kirani James, who asked for Pistorius' bib as a souvenir after running in the same semifinal heat.
Roger Federer says he won't play as often in the next few years and hopes to compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
NBC acknowledged some critics Saturday in announcing it changed plans and will stream Sunday's Olympic closing ceremony live online.
The unbeaten U.S. women's volleyball team will get another chance at its first gold medal.
Lin Dan lived up to the hype, and China lived up to the expectations.
Coach Geno Auriemma is looking for little ways to improve an already dominant U.S.women's basketball team.
Tyler Clary of the United States passed defending champion Ryan Lochte on the last lap and set an Olympic record to win the 200-meter backstroke at the London Games on Thursday.
Matt Grevers of the United States set an Olympic record to win the men's 100-meter backstroke at the London Olympics on Monday.
When the game got tight, the experienced U.S. men's water polo team didn't.
From the pictures she's seen through a virtual tour, Sanya Richards-Ross has a beautiful new home in Jacksonville, Fla., awaiting her arrival.
Besides going after a medal in the boxing ring at the London Olympics, Sadaf Rahimi will be taking a few punches in the fight for equal rights for Afghan women.
What a horrific dilemma this could be. The men's 100 meter sprint final and men's tennis final fall on the same day, Aug. 5, at the London Olympics. If forced, which would you miss: Usain Bolt possibly becoming the first man since Carl Lewis to win the 100 at consecutive games or Novak Djokovic perhaps putting a golden sheen on what promises to be another astounding year?
Olympic swimmer Cullen Jones visited Washington on Tuesday to urge Capitol Hill lawmakers and others to help reduce the number of childhood drownings, particularly among blacks, who are roughly three times more likely to die in such accidents.
BEIJING (AP) — China plans to build a highway on the side of Mount Everest to ease the Olympic torch's journey to the peak of the world's tallest mountain before the 2008 Beijing Games, state press reported yesterday.