Generally speaking, hosting the Olympics has been a bad deal for taxpayers.
'Hearthstone' is a digital trading card game based off of the 'World Of Warcraft' universe, where players build decks and battle it out against each other online.
A new study of plays during the 2014 World Cup games finds protocols for head injury assessment weren't followed at least 60 percent of the time.
The top U.S. Army commander in Europe complained that Russia is being too secretive about upcoming large-scale military drills.
The U.S. is finishing up naval exercises with NATO allies in the Baltic region, but Russia has an even bigger display of military might in the works.
The independent gaming scene has more freedom for projects that, while not overtly political, introduce a sense of empathy responsible for making better people and, ideally, a better world.
The augmented reality game has been blamed for car crashes and there are concerns over privacy.
The world must insist that Palestinian leaders refrain from praising past and present acts of terror, writes Michael Oren.
Mikhail Terentyev says if rules stop clean athletes from playing, change the rules.
Brazil breathed a collective sigh of relief at having pulled off South America's first Games.
The boxer lost to Russia's Vladimir Nikitin after a controversial judge's decision.
The nation's Olympic Committee held a "critical" meeting with athletes in Rio.
Some athletes compete to virtually empty stands while spectators worry about spate of shootings, bomb scares.
Lego unveils a model of the city's landmarks ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
Russia's International Army Games are a curious mix of sport and warfare.
Moscow will host an Olympic-style games with tanks, armored vehicles and jets.
In "Explain Your Letter," we track down a person whose letter was published in 'Newsweek' long, long ago.
Italian politicians have spoken out against the game which challenges gender stereotypes.
The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.