Stacy St. Clair

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A huge upset in women's figure skating has the sports world abuzz. Some are even calling it a scandal. We’ll get the latest from Sochi.

Olympic Update

A huge upset in women's figure skating has the sports world abuzz. Some are even calling it a scandal. We’ll get the latest from Sochi.

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Reporters from around the world are arriving in Sochi, Russia, to cover the Winter Olympics. But the conditions they’ve discovered in the city are not what they expected.

Sochi Conditions

Reporters from around the world are arriving in Sochi, Russia, to cover the Winter Olympics. But the conditions they’ve discovered in the city are not what they expected.

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