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Russia hacked the Olympics and tried to pin it on North Korea

Engadget   Now that the 2018 Winter Olympics are over, we're now learning who was responsible for hacking the games' systems... and the culprit won't surprise you at all. US intelligence officials speaking anonymously to the Washington Post claimed that spies at Russia's GRU agency had compromised up to 300 Olympics-related PCs

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Ivanka Trump heads to South Korea for Olympics closing ceremony

    CNN Ivanka Trump is headed to South Korea on Thursday, where she will lead the presidential delegation to the closing ceremony of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games. "I am honored to lead the US delegation to the closing ceremonies of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. We look forward to congratulating Team

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A Latvian Figure Skater Stole the Show at the Olympics in a Sequined “Catsuit”

  It was definitely one of the best looks of the night! Most of the women participating in the ladies' competition at the Olympics took to the ice with figure skating dresses that came in various colors and styles. While the medalists won't be declared until tomorrow night, Diana Nikitina of Latvia

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Did this North Korean cheerleader accidentally cheer for an American?

Yahoo Sports   North Korea’s participation in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics has raised eyebrows on a number of fronts. Has the North’s presence at the Games been an important first step on the road to reunification? Or just thinly veiled propaganda packaged as a charm offensive? Whatever you may choose to make of

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Nigeria,Jamaica Just Made Winter Olympics History

HuffPost   Bobsledders from Nigeria and Jamaica made history at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Tuesday. In the two-women bobsleigh event, Nigeria’s Seun Adigun and Akuoma Omeoga became the first bobsled team to represent an African nation. Alongside skeleton athlete Simidele Adeagbo, they are also the first athletes from their

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