An avid U.S. fan finds herself cheering the straight-up sportsmanship of a Norwegian competitor.
Breaking partisan stalemate, 13 Republicans joined Democrats Wednesday to approve a $15 billion jobs bill. Both sides see the cooperation as a template for progress on future legislation.
At the Vancouver Olympics, the three musketeers of the US Nordic combined team, who have trained together for 15 years, finally find a strong fourth man in Brett Camerota to win silver.
Vancouver Olympics: US alpine skiers chalk up their most successful Olympics ever to the motivation of a once-every-four-years chance – and to skiing offensively. If Ted Ligety makes the podium today, it would give the US its ninth medal in alpine skiing.
Twelve senators so far have opted not to run again, the second-highest number of retiring senators in 75 years. Among their frustrations: the Senate's increasingly partisan climate.
Four top competitors – including skeleton racer Noelle Pikus-Pace, who races Thursday in Vancouver – talk about drawing on their Christian faith in sport.
The US won a record six medals in one day Wednesday, including three ascendant performances for gold by Lindsey Vonn, Shani Davis, and Shaun White.
The Obama administration says that stimulus spending is ahead of schedule, despite critics' complaints that the program has fallen short of its goals.
Johnny Spillane's silver is the first US medal in Nordic combined skiing since the inaugural 1924 Winter Olympics. The US fourth and sixth place, too, makes this the most dominant team performance by any country in a quarter of a century.
Despite a state of emergency, Delaware and its neighbors can't justify lots of snowplows for infrequent snowstorms.