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Rick Leventhal reported today on the amazing story of a legally blind skier who's getting ready to compete at the Paralympic Games in Sochi. Staci Mannella, a native of New Jersey, is the youngest member of the U.S. team.
American skeleton racer Noelle Pikus-Pace was on "The Real Story" today to tell Gretchen Carlson about winning a silver medal in Sochi.
An article in The Nation magazine claims that the American media is misrepresenting Russian President Vladimir Putin, Sochi and Ukraine.
New reports just in to Fox News this afternoon about an apparent hijacking attempt. An airliner with 110 passengers aboard landed safely in Istanbul, Turkey, after a man reportedly claimed to have a bomb and demanded that the plane go to Sochi, the site of the Winter Olympics.
Mitt Romney was on "Special Report" tonight to discuss security in Sochi and the CBO report that projected ObamaCare will cost the equivalent of 2.3 million jobs
Mitt Romney spoke to Neil Cavuto on Your World today about an array of issues including, raising the minimum wage, Governor Chris Christie’s Bridgegate controversy, his picks for the 2016 presidential election, and the Sochi Olympics security threat.
According to AP, the NHL would reconsider sending its players to the Winter Olympics if "something significant" happens. Rep. Michael McCaul reacted this morning, saying "we cannot let the terrorists win."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today that Benghazi is her "biggest" regret from her time leading the State Department.
Troubling reports out of Russia are raising questions about the safety of next month's Winter Olympics in Sochi. U.S. and Russian forces are on the hunt for at least four so-called "black widows" including 22-year-old Ruzanna Ibragimova.
A deadly terror attack hit the city of Volgograd, Russia for the second time in days.