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Topic - The Winter Games
Russia's security service chief says intelligence agencies in Russia and other countries helped to prevent terrorist attacks on the Winter Games in Sochi.
In the fading light in the mountains above Sochi, the athletes and flags from Russia and Ukraine appeared side by side Saturday, united by success on the opening day of action at the Paralympics as the discord between their nations deepens.
Squaw Valley is planning a special celebration at the Sierra ski resort March 21 to honor more than a dozen U.S. Olympians from the Reno-Lake Tahoe area who competed in the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, including three who brought home gold.
Leading up to the Winter Games in Sochi, the big questions surrounded security, hotel room conditions and stray dogs.
For North Korean skiers, Sochi was a distant dream. The country didn't send a single athlete to the Winter Olympics and has never won a downhill medal. But as the rest of the world watches this year's Olympic pageant wrap up in Russia, North Koreans are flocking to the slopes of a lavish new ski resort all their own - and many have a gold medal in mind four years from now, when the winter games will be held in South Korea.
A top German biathlete and an Italian bobsledder were kicked out of the Sochi Olympics on Friday in the first doping cases of the Winter Games.
When Bode Miller is away from the ski slopes during the Winter Games, he might just be found joining his wife, Morgan, for a little volleyball practice in the street outside their hotel.
Russian children in downtown Sochi watch a telecast of the Winter Games opening ceremony as it happens a few miles away.
Nearly a dozen Olympic competitors from the Reno-Tahoe area aren't the only ones making the trip from the slopes of the Sierra to the Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
Maria Sharapova is back in the town of her early childhood, which also happens to be one of Russia's warmest spots - and the host of the Winter Games.
Mikko Koivu's return to the Minnesota Wild likely won't come until after the Olympics, leaving his availability for Finland during the Winter Games in question.
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.
FBI Director James Comey says at least two dozen agents are going to Sochi in case they are needed during the Winter Games.
The tiny Caribbean island nation of Dominica will be represented in its first-ever Winter Olympics by a husband-and-wife team whose Olympic dreams have gone from fading with middle age to becoming a reality.
Japan is sending 113 athletes to the Sochi Olympics, the largest contingent sent abroad for the Winter Games.