Winter Games

The Tongan flag bearer and cross-country skier stole the show once more.
At age seven, Kyung-Hwan Choi fled North Korea in 1950. He told HuffPost why he hopes the Winter Olympics could lead to reconciliation between the North and South Korea, but remains skeptical.
Pita Taufatofua hasn't heard from his family after a tropical cyclone smashed his homeland.
More condoms will be distributed at the Pyeongchang Games than at any previous Winter Olympics.
Speed skater Semen Elistratov is reportedly under investigation by the IOC for his comments.
In a first for U.S. men, Chris Mazdzer takes home silver.
A cyber attack disrupted Friday’s opening ceremony, but "all issues were resolved and recovered" by Saturday, Games organizers said.
Vice President Mike Pence met Fred Warmbier, whose son died after being released from a North Korean jail.
The Russians had appealed their exclusion from the games over the doping scandal from the 2014 Sochi Games.
On the eve of the Winter Olympics in South Korea, Kim Jong Un showcased North Korea’s military might with a parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the creation of the country’s army.
Their results from the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi were also reinstated.
The U.S. freeskier waves a rainbow flag in a Head & Shoulders TV spot.
"I didn’t imagine it as a great secret," the two-time Olympian wrote.
Bring on the new year, and a new TBR pile stacked with fresh reads.
He's poised to become the first openly gay male athlete to compete at the Winter Games.
The International Olympic Committee has banned Russia from taking part in the 2018 winter games in South Korea. The move is punishment for Moscow allowing its athletes to take performance enhancing drugs.