By Nataliya Vasilyeva, Francesca Ebel, Associated Press
Dozens of Russian athletes were part of a state-run, performance-enhancing drug ring, according to The New York Times.
By News Desk
An independent commission of the World Anti-Doping Agency has uncovered systemic cheating by Russian track and field athletes in international sports, much of it at the behest of the Russian government. The report recommended a lifetime ban for five runners.
By PBS NewsHour
G7 leaders met in The Hague Monday -- without Russian President Vladimir Putin -- and agreed that they intend to boycott the G8 conference in Sochi, Russia this June. Instead, the G7 will meet separately in Brussels. In a…
By Justin Scuiletti
Opponents of U.S. ratification by Congress of a United Nations convention that pushes for equal rights for those with disabilities argue that it would give the U.N. jurisdiction over domestic laws. Judy Woodruff gets two views on the treaty from…
By Associated Press
White House spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden says President Barack Obama still supports the U.S. athletes participating and wishes them success.
The gear that a sled hockey player puts on for a game is pretty much the same as it is for an able-bodied player. With one key difference. Rather than ice skates, players ride on a sled with blades on…
Ongoing violence in Ukraine over the past few weeks has added further stress to relations between the United States and Russia. What are the issues dividing the two countries? Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Russian Studies Professor Stephen Cohen about Russia’s…
By Chelsea Coatney
Unseasonably warm temperatures in Sochi, Russia, continue to disrupt the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. While no events have yet to be canceled due to weather, practice schedules have been disrupted -- men’s freestyle skiing aerials practice was canceled on Thursday…
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