VIDEO: The Half-Marathon Sprints to Front Lines

Nearly two million people ran a half-marathon last year, making it one of the most popular races in the U.S. WSJ's Rachel Bachman and Tanya Rivero discuss. Photo: Denver Post/Getty (more…)...

VIDEO: Oscar Pistorius Acted Negligently, Judge Says

A South African judge Thursday said Oscar Pistorius acted negligently when he shot and killed his girlfriend on Valentine's Day last year, but the judge hasn’t issued a formal verdict or sentence. WSJ’s Patrick...

VIDEO: When Will the U.S. Bid on the Olympics?

As the Sochi Winter Olympics spotlight dims, we'll discuss when the U.S. is likely to bid on the Olympics. Gamebids.com Producer Robert Livingstone joins the News Hub with more details. Photo: Getty. (m...

VIDEO: Russia Takes Figure Skating Gold in Upset

Russia's Adelina Sotnikova's won the gold medal in women's figure skating in a program that narrowly topped favorite and silver medalist Yuna Kim. Betsy McKay reports from Sochi on the News Hub. (more&h...

VIDEO: Sochi’s Most Wanted: Olympic Puppies

Forget official Sochi Olympics merchandise. Among U.S. athletes, the most sought-after souvenirs of the Winter Games are puppies. WSJ's Rachel Bachman joins the News Hub. (more…)...

VIDEO: 10 facts about Olympic bobsled

Bobsled might the highest-octane sport at the Winter Olympics. From America's recent dominance to the NASCAR know-how that enabled it, here are 10 things to know about bobsled at the 2014 Sochi Games. (...

VIDEO: In Sochi, Olympians Bike to Work

The streets around the Olympic Park in Sochi may be filled with cars and buses, but athletes prefer biking to work. Brian Costa talks to Jordan Malone, an American short-track speed-skater, about why this ...

VIDEO: Sochi 2014: How to Be a Russian Fan 101

Russian fans can be noisy. And at the Winter Olympics, Sochi’s Russia Fan House wants them to be noisy too. Just not too noisy. WSJ's Dipti Kapadia finds out exactly why Russia wants its fans to be a bit t...