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  • Google taking its 'street view' feature to the Olympics

     
    It appears Google is no longer satisfied with just mapping out streets. The search engine giant has launched a Winter Olympics "street view" feature, allowing users to see some of the same views many competitors will experience during the Games.......
  • Injury puts Lindsey Vonn's Olympic medal hopes in jeopardy

     
    VANCOUVER, Canada--Lindsey Vonn, the world's top female Alpine skier and a medal contender in five events at the soon-to-begin Vancouver Games, said Wednesday, "I honestly have no idea" whether a right shin bruise suffered in a training run last week........
  • Pegasus rising: Snowboarder Watanabe a star wordsmith

     
    The Olympics haven't even begun, but U.S. snowboarder Graham Watanabe already has a leg up on the quote of the Games. He certainly gets the idea the Olympics have a mythos. Watanabe, 28, was an alternate at the 2006 Winter......
  • U.S. men's hockey team not worried about Zach Parise's injury

     
    When Zach Parise sat out of the New Jersey Devils' game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday because of an undisclosed injury, eyebrows rose among the executives of Team USA. Would Parise, who is among the highest-scoring American players in......
  • Flag-bearer remembers when U.S. sliders were born losers, not lugers

     
    Two other luge athletes have carried the flag for the United States in Olympic opening ceremonies: Frank Masley in 1984 and Cammy Myler in 1994. But it wasn't until 1998 that the U.S. won a medal in the German- and......
  • Being at the Olympics 'never gets old' for Simi Valley's Angela Ruggiero

     
    Four-time Olympic hockey player Angela Ruggiero said Thursday she hadn't become blase about participating in the Games even though she made her debut 12 years ago in the inaugural women's Olympic tournament at Nagano, Japan. The 30-year-old defenseman,...
  • Thomas Vonn says Lindsey has 'turned the corner' on shin injury

     
    Great moments in journalism. I was looking for the restroom at the Whistler press center when I ran smack-dab into Thomas Vonn, the husband of star skier Lindsey Vonn. In an "exclusive" one-on-one interview, Thomas sounded optimistic about Lindsey's...
  • The Olympics through the eyes of an 8-year-old

     
    Hi! My name is Hannah Mitchell and I am 8 years old. My dad works for The Times, and he asked me to write a blog sometimes on the fun I am having in Vancouver for my first Olympics. If......
  • Controversy in, you guessed it, skeleton

     
    What would an Olympics be without a controversy in the sliding sports? For such relatively tiny sports that joined the Winter Games fairly recently, luge, a 1964 arrival, and skeleton, a 2002 addition, always manage to gin up a good......
  • Fighting intensifies over how to enforce intellectual property laws [UPDATED]

     
    Barack Obama may be the country's most tech-friendly president ever, as comfortable discussing Net neutrality as Swiss neutrality. But his administration is caught in at least three pitched battles over intellectual property that could leave tech...
  • Obama administration endorses performance royalties

     
    The Commerce Department sent a "views" letter Thursday to the Senate Judiciary Committee that expressed the administration's "strong support" for the record labels' No. 1 priority: legislation (S 379 in the Senate, HR 848 in the House) that would...