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London: USA beats Japan, scoring gold in women's soccer, the country's fourth gold medal in the last five Olympic games.
A little too much Olympic spirit here.
Olympic game coverage skyrockets...literally.
Delay means no DiCaprio in next year's Oscars. :(
DreamWorks Animation is going to produce 'Kung Fu Panda 3' in China and build a huge $3 billion entertainment complex there.
The Olympic games provide athletes with all sorts of opportunities — including, apparently, opting out of a return home.
Today's record-setters: Cyprus, Grenada (medals!), and Tomás González (history-making Chilean gymnast!)
Iraq, Iran -- they start with the same letter, makes it hard.
Ramadan, Islam's holy fasting month, rams right into the Olympic games.
British mom finds boa constrictor in bathroom, goes bananas.
Wait, "hold" up: Iranians take to the web to protest boxer Ali Mazaheri's controversial Olympic ousting.
Jaehyouk Sa, South Korean weightlifting champion, took on a little more than he could handle.
The 27-year-old blogger is both a man and an ally of Egyptian women fighting for equality and justice.
With Hosni Mubarak out of power, Egypt's longtime dissident is enjoying her heyday.
After decades of challenging Egyptian regimes, the 80-year-old now calls for a counter-revolution.
Born to Egyptian military parents, the 14-year-old is a social media rabble-rouser.
The 34-year-old is a prominent Egyptian writer and seeress who penned a poem foretelling revolution.
Egypt's Olympic athletes score big on the clothing thing.
Madonna's "celebrating tolerance" Paris concert is turned on its head as angry fans boo the singer's early exit.
Nike lashes out at the Egyptian Olympic Committee over reports that they equipped their Olympic athletes with counterfeit Nike gear.