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The International Paralympic Committee announced it was suspending the entire Russian Paralympic team because of a rampant doping scandal.
There's one question swimmers won't hear this month around the Olympic Aquatics Stadium in Rio de Janeiro: What are you wearing?
Brazil unfurls a vast canvas celebrating its rainforest and the creative energy of its wildly diverse population in welcoming the world.
As the Rio Olympic Games get underway, global sponsors are going for gold, but there's also room for nonsponsors to score big.
Rio is unlikely to receive a good return on its investment to host the Olympics, with some economists warning of a "catastrophe."
With the Olympics kicking off, the desk picks the gold, silver, and bronze of sports stocks
From Greece to Rio, we follow the famous flame as it gets ready to light the Olympic cauldron
CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa breaks down the sectors and stocks that historically perform well during the Olympic games.
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla looks at the lodging space for athletes at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. The accommodations are getting mixed reviews. The NBA players are staying on a luxury cruise ship, in extremely nice accommodations.
Thousands will be in Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics, but the country's state of affairs is anything but festive.
Police used stun grenades and tear gas to clear protesters in the path of the Olympic torch in a poor suburb of Rio de Janeiro.
Countries boasting healthy economic fundamentals will outperform at the Summer Olympics, according to a new Goldman Sachs report.
The US Olympic Committee is going after companies who are not official sponsors, claiming those companies cannot use official social media hashtags like #Rio2016 or #TeamUSA.
The build-up to South America's inaugural Olympic Games on August 5 has been more than a little rocky.
Only an estimated 3 to 37 people out of thousands of travelers to the Olympics are projected to return infected with Zika, according to a new study.
The IOC will not impose a blanket ban on Russia for next month's Rio Olympics over its doping record but will impose conditions on the delegation.