Rio Olympics 2016: Five Things To Watch Out For As Games Commence:
The athletes have arrived, the venues are ready and expectation is palpable as the sporting world awaits the commencement of the 31st Olympic Games, the first ever Olympiad to be staged in South America.
Ultimate Guide To The 2016 Rio Summer Olympics:
The Rio de Janeiro Olympics will commence with Friday’s opening ceremonies, as the Games go to South America for the first time. There’s certain to be trepidation, both for the roughly 10,500 athletes and the 500,000 visitors Brazil expects.
New faces will emerge, and we will get a last look at some familiar ones.
With that in mind, here’s your guide to the biggest storylines that will be inescapable over the next two weeks.
Gymnasts are sure to get the USA party started
Unless all of the experts are wrong, the only possible negative about the USA’s women’s gymnastics team is that it might seem a bit greedy.
The advertised purpose of President Barack Obama‘s pre-vacation news conference Thursday was to highlight gains in the war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria with the Pentagon as a backdrop.
Arrest Made After Black Firefighter’s Home Burns Down:
Police arrested a former volunteer firefighter after he admitted to setting fire to the home of an ex-colleague, who is the only black volunteer firefighter in an upstate New York town.