'Final Five' Visit Empire State Building Before Heading To White HouseThe "Final Five," the gold medal winning U.S. Olympic gymnastics team, was welcomed home during a visit to the Empire State Building on Tuesday.
Speedo, 2 Other Sponsors Drop Ryan LochteSwimsuit company Speedo USA, clothing giant Ralph Lauren and skin-care firm Syneron-Candela announced in quick succession Monday they were dumping the swimmer.
PHOTOS: Rio Olympics Come To A Close In Colorful CeremonyThe 2016 Rio Olympics are coming to a close.
US Olympic Men's Basketball, Carmelo Anthony Win Third Straight Gold MedalThe U.S. Olympic men's basketball team won its third straight gold medal and did it easily, beating Serbia 96-66.
PHOTOS: Rio Olympics, Day 15The best photos from Saturday's action at the Olympics.
Cuba's Ramirez Beats American Stevenson For GoldCuban boxer Robeisy Ramirez used a strong third round to finish off top American prospect Shakur Stevenson and win Olympic boxing gold in the bantamweight final.
Lochte Apologizes For Behavior In Rio, Description Of IncidentRyan Lochte has appologized for his behavior and "not being more careful or candid" in how he described events.
Jenn Suhr Falls Short For Pole Vault Gold, Cries As She Worries About HealthJenn Suhr broke down in tears after failing to defend her gold medal in the pole vault and said she's scared about her health.
Usain Bolt Completes Olympic Triple-Triple, U.S. DQ Moves Canada To 3rd In 4x100Usain Bolt has completed his triple-triple, anchoring the Jamaica 4x100-meter relay to victory in the final to ensure three gold medals at three consecutive Olympics.
Record 5th Gold For Allyson Felix As U.S. Women Hold Onto 4X100M Relay TitleThe U.S. women have retained the 4x100-meter relay title and helped Allyson Felix win her record fifth Olympic gold medal.
US Men's Basketball Team Edges Spain, Will Play For GoldKlay Thompson scored 22 points for the Americans, who will play Australia or Serbia on Sunday for their third consecutive Olympic title.
US Beats Italy For Olympic Gold In Women's Water Polo FinalMakenzie Fischer and Rachel Fattal each had two goals for the Americans, who stretched their win streak to 22 games with their sixth victory in Rio de Janeiro by a combined score of 73-32.