The U.S. Four-man Bobsled Team
It was a golden and historic ride on the Night Train.
World champion Steve Holcomb piloted his four-man bobsled, called Night Train, to a first-place finish Saturday at the Winter Olympics, winning the United States' first gold in the event in 62 years.
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Four-time defending champion Germany, piloted by four-time Olympic gold medalist Andre Lange, won the silver, and Canada earned the bronze. Lange had never lost an Olympic bobsled race...
Gatorade has dropped Tiger Woods as a spokesman, according to The New York Times.
Tiger Woods: "I felt I was entitled"
The sports drink company made the announcement Friday, one week after Woods offered a public apology for extramarital affairs and said he was uncertain when he would return to golfing.
"We no longer see a role for Tiger in our marketing efforts and have ended our relationship," Gatorade said in a statement. "However, our partnership with the Tiger Woods Foundation will continue. We wish him all the best."
United States Olympic Hockey Team
The U.S. men's hockey team will face Canada again on Sunday -- only this time it's for the gold.
The game, which NBC will broadcast live Sunday at 3:15 p.m. Eastern/12:15 p.m. Pacific, takes place 50 years after the U.S. won the gold at the Squaw Valley Winter Olympics over — you guessed it — Canada, and 30 years after...
A lot has changed since Jerry Seinfeld last called network TV home 12 years ago. But despite online video, reality TV, declining ratings and increased competition, the co-creator and star of one of pop culture's most memorable series says he's...
Marie Osmond and Family
Marie Osmond's 18-year-old son, Michael Blosil, has died, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
"My family and I are devastated and in deep shock by the tragic loss of our dear Michael and ask that everyone respect our privacy during this difficult time
Cable news networks scrambled Saturday to cover the magnitude-8.8 earthquake in Chile that killed at least 147 people and triggered potentially powerful tsunamis across the Pacific Ocean. CNN, Fox News and MSNBC struggled to get live updates from Chile, declared a "state of catastrophe" by President Michelle Bachelet.
CNN spent a large amount of time translating directly from CNN Chile and MSNBC, which usually broadcasts documentaries and newsmagazines rather than live news coverage on the weekends, struggled to find last-minute anchors. As of Saturday morning, CNN had sent anchor Soledad O'Brien to Chile to cover the aftermath of the earthquake and correspondent Dan Simon to Hawaii to cover possible tsunamis expected to hit the coast...
It could've been nine.
Apolo Anton Ohno, already the most decorated American Winter Olympian with seven medals, lost out on his first of two bids for a medal Friday when he was disqualified in...