After a month of legal issues, Olympic silver medalist Gus Kenworthy was reunited with the dogs he worked so hard to save from Sochi.
Sometime things are even more beautiful when you freeze them.
An appeals court has upheld a three-year sentence against Evgeny Vitishko, who was found guilty of hooliganism after spray-painting a fence in a case widely believed to be politically motivated.
This is what the Olympics are all about.
Perfectly timed photos of jubilation throughout Winter Olympics history.
These athletes aren’t just world class athletes, they’re also world class babes.
The ad compels viewers to look past the disabilities of Paralympic athletes — and instead fathom their complete, elite, world-class abilities.
Your Olympic cheat sheet is here!
More speed, more flying, more tricks, more competition.
It’s also released an advert called Gay Mountain, which really is rather special.
The Winter Olympics are here, and we’re outing Russia.
In preparation for the Olympics, the city of Sochi has been killing stray dogs, with the justification that they are “biological waste.” In response, the hashtag #sochidogs has formed among more fortunate pups standing up against the practice and the sickening term.
The city of Sochi has hired a private company to round up as many dogs (“biological trash”) as possible before the opening ceremony.
With the Sochi Winter Olympics less than a month away, get to know some members of Team USA in the most adorable way possible.
All of a sudden, I have taken an interest in the Sochi Winter Games.
Chechnya’s rebels call Kadyrov’s announcement, made on Instagram, “a stupid falsehood.”
“If the media asks me a question, I’m going to answer it.”
“I just think they shouldn’t show a cartoon on TV … where a king loves another king,” Svetlana Zhurova says.
The speedskater has a chance to do something no one else has ever done. Again.
“Our delegation carries a message and a symbolism, which both includes and extends beyond the LGBT issues highlighted in the headlines,” said Caitlin Cahow, an out lesbian and U.S. delegate to Sochi next month, in a column for USA Today.
At least 14 people are dead and 23 others injured in a trolleybus explosion in the Russian city of Volgograd. The blast comes a day after at least 16 people died in a suicide bomb attack at the central train station in the same city.
With 50 days until the Sochi Games, the nation’s largest LGBT advocacy group is paying out proceeds from its “Love Conquers Hate” campaign.
It’s time for us to get behind the controversial hurdles champion turned bobsledder. Because GO USA!
At least 34 Olympians and professional athletes announced their support for the effort, according to Athlete Ally and All Out. “We need to take advantage of this Olympic moment,” a leading LGBT advocate said.
The upcoming Games in Russia will cost a record amount of rubles.
The German Olympic Sports Confederation disputes claims that its rainbow-themed Olympic outfit is a protest of Russia’s anti-gay law.
“As a gay participant in the opening ceremony of the London Paralympics in 2012, I am angered by the International Olympics Committee’s announcement.”
The singer says she declined an offer from a “big oligarch” to perform at the opening ceremony due to the Russian government’s anti-gay laws.
Russia’s best-known gay activist has come under fire for his frequent social media outbursts.
Who gets arrested for this one?