- Tokyo Olympics: Live updates: China wins first gold medal of Games, COVID impacting events
With the opening ceremony over, 23 sports will be in action and medals will be given out in Tokyo on Saturday. Follow along for live updates.
- Montreal Canadiens draft Logan Mailloux, who asked not to be selected after offense
Defenseman Logan Mailloux had been fined in Sweden last year for sharing an explicit photo without consent of a woman performing a sex act.
- How is this Russian gymnast contending for a medal after blowing out Achilles?
Russian Artur Dalaloyan posted the fourth-best score in the first qualifying session Saturday three months after rupturing his Achilles.
- 3-on-3 basketball at the Tokyo Olympics: Everything you need to know about new Olympic sport
Everything you need to know about 3-on-3 basketball as it makes its Olympic debut at this summer's Tokyo Games.
- California's Dixie Fire explodes to 'megafire' status as western wildfires continue to rage
California's huge Dixie Fire exploded to "megafire" status late Thursday, forcing more evacuations in nearby communities, fire officials said.
- An auction house tried to sell Jewish artifacts looted during the Holocaust. Federal agents just seized them.
The artifacts seized Thursday include funeral scrolls and prayers for the dead that were looted from Jewish communities during the Holocaust.
- Unarmed 75-year-old Tasered without warning by Colorado officer: ‘What did I do?’
Body-camera footage of the incident was released Thursday. A police officer is facing an assault charge.
- A 14-year-old girl’s murder went unsolved for 32 years. A lab broke the case using just 15 human cells.
Las Vegas police, using new DNA technology, identified Darren R. Marchand as the man who killed Stephanie Isaacson in 1989.
- Utah prosecutor who cleared police officer in ‘disturbing’ shooting says the law should change
Despite his decision to decline charges, the prosecutor said the shooting was “disturbing” and could have been prevented.
- An Olympic swimmer wanted her nursing baby in Tokyo. The rules were so ‘drastic,’ she chose to leave him home.
After grappling with the implications of taking her family along, Ona Carbonell announced that she planned to travel to Tokyo on her own.