Updates from all the Winter Olympics action and medals awarded while you were sleeping and look ahead to the live events to watch on Friday.
Gov. Matt Bevin said the nation should consider restrictions on violence in video games and movies. He has often lashed out at calls for gun control.
Jamaican bobsled team's coach suddenly left the team -- and took its sled with her. But Red Stripe stepped in so they can compete at the Olympics.
The new tax law caps income deductions on large mortgages (those above $750,000 in debt, taken out after Dec. 15, 2017) for people who itemize.
Nikolas Cruz, 19, is being held without bail for the shooting deaths at a Parkland, Fla., high school
At the U.K. premiere of sports drama "I, Tonya" stars Margot Robbie and Allison Janney discuss their renewed appreciation for ice skating while watching the 2018 Winter Olympics. (Feb. 16)
More than three hours of 911 calls reveal terror and heroism as fellow climbers tried to save a man who plummeted 1,000 feet on Oregon's tallest peak. (Feb. 15)
When Mikaela Shiffrin's skiing well, everyone else is skiing for second and third place and they all know it.
Students console one another as they remember lives lost in deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida. (Feb. 15)
Health officials are urging Americans to get flu shots, although government figures suggest that there's only been one time in the last decade when the flu vaccine was less effective. (Feb. 15)
The crowd at a vigil in Parkland, Florida for the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting victims chanted 'no more guns' on Thursday night. (Feb. 16)
Someday, we’ll have an answer as to why this happened. As of Friday evening, there were only questions, lots and lots of questions.
During a game between Slovenia and Russian athletes, fans in one corner of the Gangneung Hockey Centre unfurled two large banners featuring Putin’s face.
That fundamental right to choose our own leaders is under siege and the president is not only doing nothing, he won't accept that it's happening.
Most of the major hotels are booked and the few places that have rooms are charging a hefty premium.
She’s the most accomplished in her sport, but Jacobellis finds herself living in the shadow of a race she didn’t win in 2006. And that’s a shame.