2014 Winter Olympics

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How Massachusetts Measured Up in Olympic Medals by State

Americans, from those running NBC on down to the viewers at home, love tracking the medal count—the measure of how many prizes each nation took […]

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There’s An Olympic-Sized Feud Happening About Boston as Host City

They say there are two sides to every story, but in the case of the Olympics coming to Boston, there are three. As the 2014 […]

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Throwback Thursday: When New England’s Women Helped Win Hockey Gold

As Olympic sports go, women’s ice hockey should have special resonance here in Boston. The U.S. will face off against Canada for Gold tonight, and […]

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Where to Watch the Olympics in Boston

More than 40 New England athletes are competing in Sochi, Russia, for their chance to medal at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. To get into […]

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Gay Rights Activists Hope to See More Messages of Support During Sochi Olympics

The Sochi Olympics are underway, and already some activists and Olympians have made the message clear that Russia’s policies against gay rights won’t be tolerated. […]

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Homeland Security Expert: Threats of Sochi Olympics Terrorist Activity Are Credible

As the Winter Olympics kick off in Sochi, Russia, intelligence officials from around the world have been collaborating to ensure that serious threats to the […]

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Simon Shnapir and Marissa Castelli Will Repeat As Pairs For Winter Olympics

Well, it ain’t bad to be a Boston sports fan this weekend—especially for the very local figure-skating duo Marissa Castelli and Simon Shnapir. Castelli, a Cranston, […]

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Boston College Law Student Picked By Obama As Delegate At Sochi Olympics

Boston College Law student Caitlin Cahow was “elated” when she received a call from an unknown number this week—while studying for an exam—and was informed […]