Riding for the rings: Michiana BMX rider sets her eyes on gold

American Shaun White wins halfpipe Olympic gold

American teen Red Gerard wins slopestyle gold

Opening ceremony of PyeongChang Winter Olympics to air Friday night

Russians to compete as neutrals at Winter Olympics

Olympic double: IOC says yes to Paris in 24, and LA for 28

Los Angeles reaches deal with Olympic leaders for 2028 Games

IOC to pick Los Angeles, Paris for 2024 or 2028 Olympics

NHL not going to 2018 Olympics in South Korea

Speedo USA, Ralph Lauren drop Lochte after Rio incident

United States roasts Serbia, wins third straight gold medal

U.S. men return to top of Olympic 4x400m podium

US women win 4x100 relay

Jamaica wins 4x100 relay giving Bolt 9th gold

USOC apologizes for 'distracting' Lochte debacle

World's greatest athlete: Ashton Eaton golden again, ties Olympic record

Usain Bolt wins his final individual Olympic race

Ryan Crouser, Joe Kovacs go 1-2 for U.S. in men’s shot put

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Person found dead at 9,400 feet on Mount Hood in Oregon; crews try to recover body

The sheriff's office initially said it was looking at the incident as a rescue after a call came in from a climber with Portland Mountain Rescue.

Two cheetah cubs born by IVF for first time

The cubs were born from in vitro fertilization to a surrogate cheetah mother in an effort to save the species. There are only 7,000 cheetahs left in the wild, where only 5 percent of cubs survive.

Inside Amazon’s first cashless “Go” supermarket

NBC’s Jo Ling Kent takes us to Seattle, where Amazon today opened its first cashless supermarket. Customers enter by scanning an app – and using sensors on the shelves and cameras in the store, their amazon account is charged for what they’ve taken.

Body-camera footage shows Florida police arresting 6-year-old girl at school

The incident, captured on body cameras last September, took place after staff at an Orlando charter school complained the girl was acting out.

College admissions scandal: Hot Pockets heiress sentenced to five months in prison

Michelle Janavs admitted to paying $300,000 to cheat the college admissions process for three of her daughters. Prosecutors named her one of the “most culpable parents” charged.