The Chinese-American restaurant chain confirmed that it is not, in fact, hosting the Winter Olympics.
Luckily, for those who can still stomach it, Norway's team accidentally ordered too many eggs.
The IOC says it could have a “serious impact” on the committee's fight against doping.
The Hermit Kingdom dropped a new kind of bomb Wednesday
"Have you ever asked yourself why you really love the Olympic and Paralympic Games?"
Something needs to change if more cities are to consider bidding to host the Olympics. Could consolidating them into a truly unified Games with the Paralympics be the answer?
While British coverage of the Olympics was overwhelmingly positive, we often ignored the darker side of the Games. When we look back on Rio's legacy, it will be with both pride and discomfort.
Ahead of the 1936 Olympics, Dora Ratjen was one of Nazi Germany's great medal hopes. She failed to live up to her Olympic billing, and soon found her gender and identity under devastating scrutiny.
Despite being the reigning South Sudanese 200m champion, Mangar Makur Chuot has been controversially rejected by his country’s Olympic committee.
While doping is at the forefront of the sporting consciousness at the moment, it’s hardly a recent phenomenon. Athletes have doped since ancient times, and often in very peculiar ways.
Don’t mess with English Heritage, lads, because they are deadly serious about medieval sports.