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CAIRO (AP) — There was no way Alaa al-Mizyen, a 22-year-old Saudi investment consultant, was missing this Olympic match. While her family slept in late Friday morning, she alone was awake and glued to the TV.
A new bill to make athletes' medal winnings tax-exempt is populist and elitist at the same time.
LONDON (AP) — Might be time to get Gabby Douglas a new nickname.
Women athletes should be respected for their strength and abilities, not the ability to look cute while performing.
LONDON (AP) — Oscar Pistorius is brave, articulate, polite, polished, handsome and funny. He doesn't play the victim and never complains. Those reasons and more are why his lifelong struggles to become an Olympian are so celebrated.
LONDON (AP) — It is the best of times, it is the worst of times.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama has called the five members of the U.S. women's gymnastics team to congratulate them on their gold medal in the Olympics.
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC is set to "break even" on its Olympics coverage, rather than lose money as previously expected, the head of NBCUniversal said Wednesday.
Gus Envela wants to head a corrupt-free Equatorial Guinea, but first he must get beyond his own checkered past.