Jamaican Sprinter Usain Bolt won his third straight gold medal.on Sunday in the 100-meter sprint. Not long after he took his victory lap, NBC announcer Bob Costas said, "With apologies to all you reggae fans, I think that Bolt has even outdistanced Marley."
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accepted the resignation of — some say fired — his right hand man, chief of staff Sergei Ivanov. The Kremlin move caught some Russia observers off-guard, and has many asking: Did Ivanov walk, or was he pushed?
Many Russians are watching their team's winning Olympic performances on Russia’s Match television channel — and they’re cheering on their athletes in Rio despite outstanding widespread doping allegations.
ISIS and its online affiliates like to post "kill lists." Most experts think they're just a form of propaganda, a way to stoke fear among ordinary people. One list posted recently included more than 100 government workers in Massachusetts.
Some aspiring young chefs will join First Lady Michelle Obama for a nutritious and delicious lunch at the White House on Thursday. The "State Dinner" will feature recipes that have been selected as part of the national Healthy Lunchtime Challenge.
Kids growing up in Canada used to grab some old hockey sticks, a tennis ball, and a couple of soda cans to mark out goals in the street, and play. Many Canadian cities now discourage or even ban street hockey as unsafe.
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