The latest news on Olympics
Olympians—and asthmatics—can cope with poor air quality.
Being an older athlete requires some adjustments, but the fundamentals are the same.
The UN today offered its most serious assessment yet of the recent rises in global food costs.
Feelings of dissatisfaction toward President Bush and the American economy are at record levels, according to a pair of new reports. The latest Associated Press-Ipsos poll finds that Bush's approval rating has fallen to 28 percent, a new low; meanwhile, consumer confidence ratings have dropped for the fourth straight month to a record low of 29.5, according to the RBC Cash Index.
The threat of violence in San Francisco prompts officials to reroute procession.
Gen. David Petraeus, the four-star general in charge of Iraq, will once again step onto Capitol Hill today to delivery testimony on the progress of the war.
San Francisco braces for demonstrations when the Olympic torch makes its only North American stop.
As the Olympic torch made its way today through Paris, it had to be extinguished at least twice amid street protests over China's human rights record and the Chinese government's recent crackdown in Tibet. There were also protesters on hand yesterday when the torch made its way through London, and 37 people were arrested. Protests are planned for when it comes through San Francisco and New Delhi. The torch will arrive in China on May 4.
Though human rights groups complain, there is little sentiment for an Olympics boycott.