The Russian deputy prime minister says the level of security threats is "the same in Sochi as in Boston," the second day in a row that a Russian official has invoked the site of last year’s marathon bombings.
Does the Russian word "prazdnovaniye" mean A. Celebration, B. Ceremonies, or C. Competition?
Their fate is literally up in the air, what happens in the three seconds from launch to landing is judged with a very close eye.
Olympic news reports obviously usually center around the athletes but what about the people bringing you all those reports? Here's a look at how journalists and Olympic competitors nab those last minute items, all while staying on track.
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Does "nagrada" mean A. medal, B. award, or C. torch?
KFDX 3's Neile Jones and Tim Kelchner give us a preview of what to expect for the 2014 Winter Games.
After 12 years in the X-Games, freestyle half-pipe skiers finally get to show the world on the biggest stage what their sport is all about.
A new video indicates that earlier bombings, 1,000 miles from Sochi are just the start.
Slopestyle skiing shows just how far the Olympics have come.
Any Olympic athletes have had to overcome some kind of hardship to achieve their dreams.
John Coughlin and Caydee Denney were the 2012 US National Pairs Champions.
Russian suicide bombings trigger fears of attacks on upcoming Sochi games.
Emily Scott trains for the Olympics eight hours a day, six days a week. It sounds like a full-time job.
One of the most challenging ski events at the Winter Olympics has to be moguls.
No American had ever won a gold medal in a Nordic event in U.S. Olympic history before Billy DeMong took home gold in Vancouver in 2010. That's just incredible, seeing how this is a sport that dates all the way back to the original Winter Olympics in 1924.