Pyeongchang closes its chapter of the 122-year-old modern Olympic storybook on Sunday night with countless tales to tell.
In most places, it was a typical Saturday of college basketball, with little visible hangover from the latest developments in the federal investigation of corruption in college basketball.
A man in Arkansas and a woman in Kentucky both were killed as the storm that included heavy winds, rain and hail muscled its way through the area.
It’s the first gold in men’s hockey for a Russian team since 1992.
South Korea is hoping to ease tensions by allowing the North to participate in the games and send senior delegations.
The House Intelligence Committee released a Democratic memo that Adam Schiff wrote as a rebuttal to a Republican memo.
A nonprofit organization on Saturday held its annual Wheelchair Basketball Competition to help support people with disabilities.
Just about every medalist from the PyeongChang Games performed, including men's gold medalist Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan, who finished off the gala to "Notte Stellata" by Il Volo.
Congratulations to the happy couple!
No. 21 West Virginia pulled away for an 85-70 victory over Iowa State on Saturday.