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- London 2012 closing ceremony ends a 'happy and glorious' Olympics
- Olympic medal count: USA sets historic gold medal mark
- US men fend off Spain to win basketball gold
- 30 Olympic questions spilling out of the XXXth Games
- 'Dream Team' 2.0 goes for gold: Is Spain really a threat?
- Brazilian boos at women's volleyball final: Gold won but Olympic spirit lost?
- Olympic medal table: How is China even close to the US?
- London 2012 basketball: Why LeBron James and Co. are a true 'Dream Team'
- London 2012 soccer: How to play and beat Google (+video)
- In US-Japan Olympic soccer final, a triumph for women's sport
The US continues to lead the overall Olympic medal count, helped by efforts in women's water polo, decathlon, and women's boxing.
London 2012 slalom canoe: Google continues its Olympic-themed doodles during the London Games on Thursday.
The popularity of London 2012's 'Games Makers' may boost volunteerism – and help the government's much-derided effort to encourage Britons to help out in austerity-hit areas.
The Americans, after beating the Aussies in the men's basketball quarterfinals, will face Argentina once again for the chance to go for the gold.
Alex Morgan is the real deal, say coaches and teammates. She's a new breed of US women's soccer player and an integral part of the team's push for Olympic gold against Japan Thursday.
Pistorius, a double amputee, will get a chance to run for an Olympic medal after track officials awarded an extra spot in the final following a successful protest by South Africa.
At the London 2012 Olympics, Michael Phelps is respected, but Usain Bolt is beloved for his flair and style.
Allyson Felix had known only disappointment at previous Olympics. But in winning the 200 meters Wednesday, Felix found that the setbacks had led her to a place even more 'special.'
Britain and Argentina faced off on the hockey pitch for the second time at the Olympics Wednesday. Fans say the lingering acrimony over the Falklands War isn't an issue, despite rhetoric.
The four female wrestlers representing the US at the Olympic Games in London all grew up wrestling boys in high school, and have faced a lot of doubters in their years on the mat.