Both Canada and the US broke long losing streaks Sunday. The US won its first-ever medal in Nordic combined. Canada won its first-ever gold on home soil. But which was a bigger deal?
Johnny Spillane won silver in Sunday's Nordic combined race – the first-ever medal for the US in Nordic combined. Americans Todd Lodwick and Bill Demong finished 4th and 6th.
Vice President Joe Biden and former Vice President Dick Cheney dueled Sunday over the terrorist threat and the appropriate US response. They are at odds over the Iraq war, the Christmas Day bomber, and the nature of the terrorist threat confronting America.
Sunday's Winter Olympic's schedule includes women's ice hockey (US vs. China), luge, speed skating, Nordic combined, biathlon, freestyle skiing, and figure skating.
Hannah Kearney won gold over Canada's Jenn Heil in the moguls competition on the first full day of competition at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver.
Lindsey Vonn, the most anticipated US presence at the 2010 Games, arrived in Vancouver last night with news that her shin was still recovering from an injury.
In Whistler, one of the two Vancouver Olympics sites, bears are testing out the luge track. And did I just hear that the Brazilian cross-country women won the 4x5 km relay?