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  • Sochi wrong place for Olympics [Letter]

    Sochi wrong place for Olympics [Letter]
    Both the International Olympic Committee and Russian President Vladimir Putin erred in placing the Winter Olympics in Russia and specifically in Sochi, for the IOC granting the games to Russia and for Putin choosing Sochi, so close to the regions where terrorist attacks have occurred ("Terrorists threaten to crash Putin's party," Jan. 28).
  • Sports on TV

    TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS ++++++++++++++++++++ || Univ. Gms || Snowboarding: halfpipe (T) || CBSSN9 || || Skiing: Men's Giant Slalom (T) || CBSSN10 || || M. bask. || McNeese State@Texas A&M (T) || FCS2 || || Troy@Kansas State (T) || FCS4 || || North...

    Looking Out: India re-criminalizes gay sex

    Looking Out: India re-criminalizes gay sex
    Gay sex is now illegal -- again -- in the second-most populous nation in the world. India's Supreme Court restored a 150-year-old law banning sodomy Wednesday, declaring that a lower court that struck it down in 2009 lacked the power to do so. Put...

    Looking Out: Olympic committee says Russia's anti-gay law won't affect Games

    Looking Out: Olympic committee says Russia's anti-gay law won't affect Games
    After mounting concern about how Russia's anti-gay law would affect athletes headed to next year's Winter Olympics in Sochi, the International Olympic Committee has finally released a statement saying it will "work to ensure" no discrimination against...

    NBC Olympics coverage will address Russia anti-gay issues - if they impact games

    NBC Olympics coverage will address Russia anti-gay issues - if they impact games
    As concern grows over how Russia's anti-gay laws might affect the upcoming winter Olympics, NBC Sports executive Mark Lazarus told members of the press that the network will "address those issues as they are relevant at the time of the Games, as has...