There’s a sudden outbreak of the nasty, fast-spreading norovirus — right near South Korea’s Olympic Village
More than 20 million North Koreans have their human dignity trampled upon daily. The United States should do more for them.
In part two of our Olympics series, print editor Sarah Wildman and FP reporter Emily Tamkin chat with Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen ahead of the games in Pyeongchang.
In part one of our two-part Olympics series, print editor Sarah Wildman calls up two historians to ask what we can learn from past games ahead of the kick off in South Korea on February 9.
The founder of the games dreamed of inspiring world peace. He created an event that's always done the opposite.
It’s possible. But here are a few steps Washington, Seoul, and Pyongyang can take to keep the 2018 Winter Games peaceful.
The IOC’s unprecedented ban on Russia for sports doping feeds his narrative of a nation under siege.
A database of fish faces, electrode-outfitted headphones, and a new twist on the tourniquet.
In interviews with FP, top Ethiopian officials said that Feyisa Lilesa should not fear for his safety, but that an independent human rights rapporteur will not be allowed into the country.
U.S. congressmen are introducing legislation to protect Ethiopian civilians like the Olympic marathoner who raised his hands in an X as he crossed the finish-line in Rio.
The Kenyan Olympic Committee organized a disastrous appearance at the Rio games.
The president of Turkmenistan is furious his athletes didn't bring home any Olympic medals.
And now there’s no more avoiding the grim reality of Brazil’s economic and political crises.
An Ethiopian marathoner is urged to come home after protesting his government at the Olympics.