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The Latest: Zagitova gives Russians 1st gold in Pyeongchang
Alina Zagitova won the women's figure skating competition over her training partner Evgenia Medvedeva on Day 14 of the Pyeongchang Olympics, becoming the first Russian gold medalist at the games
Jessie Diggins picked to carry US flag at Olympic closing
Jessie Diggins has one more big Olympic moment awaiting her at the Pyeongchang Games
US Olympic ski jumper Sarah Hendrickson on overcoming injury to compete again
Before heading to the games in Pyeongchang, Hendrickson, 23, told ABC News' "Nightline" about her journey.
Josh Groban shares account of NYC terror attack, stars express sympathy for victims
When a suspected terrorist careened into pedestrians and cyclists on a bike path in New York City Tuesday, killing eight and injuring several more, actor Josh Groban was right nearby. The Broadway star and Grammy nominee documented the quick response from the local police and other first
A typo and rules violations led to DQ for soccer team with player who 'looks like a boy,' plus death threats to tourney director
GRETNA, Neb. -- Lanyard Burgett sits uncomfortably outside a coffee shop in an outlet mall, occasionally craning his neck to see whether someone is behind him. Burgett says he served in the Air Force in Saudi Arabia in the 1990s, but was never as afraid there as he is right now. His angst is over
Soccer star Abby Wambach calls 8-year-old soccer player who was allegedly disqualified from tournament her ‘new hero’
Soccer legends including Mia Hamm and Abby Wambach are throwing their support behind an 8-year-old girl who says her team was disqualified from a soccer tournament because organizers thought she was a boy. Mili Hernandez, from Omaha, Nebraska, was preparing to play in the finals on Sunday with her
Apple unveils voice-activated smart speaker
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Abby Wambach sends support to girl allegedly disqualified from soccer game
Mili Hernandez, 8, of Omaha, Nebraska, said organizers disqualified her and her team from a soccer tournament because they thought she was a boy.
Nebraska soccer tournament bans 8-year-old girl's team because she 'looks like a boy'
The family of an 8-year-old soccer player said her team was disqualified from a tournament in Nebraska because organizers thought she was a boy. Mili Hernandez, who is one of the best players of the Omaha Azzuri Cachorros's 11-year-old squad, was about to play in the finals of the Springfield
Olympic gold medalist Julie Foudy's advice for her younger self: 'Awkward is awesome'
Foudy shares empowering life lessons from trailblazing women in her new book, "Choose to Matter: Being Courageously and Fabulously You."