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Apr 06, 2017
Barry Manilow comes out as gay at the age of 73; singer recently married partner of 40 yearsBarry Manilow said that he hid being gay for decades because he thought he would be "disappointing fans if they knew."
Dec 31, 2016
New Year's Eve celebrations in Copacabana won't be dimmed even amid Brazil's economic crisisWhen cariocas (Rio de Janeiro locals) pack Copacabana to bring in 2017, they will experience a fireworks display, live musical performances and beefed-up security. For the first time, however, the traditional 16-minute firework show will be reduced to 12 minutes because of the state's financial crisis.
Aug 20, 2016
Rio Olympics 2016: Brazil thrill crowd to take gold on home sand in men's beach volleyballArray
Aug 12, 2016
Humans of Olympics: Meet Vivianne Robinson, a spectator at Rio 2016 with a messageVivianne Robinson hails from Venice Beach in Florida, United States and carries a stick with miniature flags of all the nations that have hosted the Olympics. Find out why
Aug 10, 2016
Humans of Olympics: Meet Han, Song and Xu, three Chinese friends volunteering in RioLove, wanderlust and passion for sports, these three Chinese friends have very different reasons to be in the Rio Olympics!
Aug 04, 2016
Rio 2016: A glimpse of the stunning venues for the Olympic GamesArray
Jul 31, 2016
Rio 2016: Ahead of the Olympics, here's a glimpse of the host city at nightArray
Jul 14, 2016
Pokemon Go at Rio Olympics: Mayor Eduardo Paes invites Nintendo to BrazilCould hunting for a Pokemon get any better? Maybe in Rio as the city about to host the Olympic Games is urging makers of the app to come down to Brazil.
Jul 07, 2016
Rio Olympics 2016: Any unidentified aircraft will be shot down, warns Brazil's Defence MinisterBrazil government has warned that it will shoot down any unidentified aircraft that violates the protected airspace around facilities of the Olympics Games.
Dec 04, 2015
Feeling hot hot hot: Risqué sand sculptures of women on Copacabana beach irk local BraziliansSand sculptures of curvaceous, full-bottomed women on Copacabana beach may be one of Rio de Janeiro's wackier tourist attractions, but now they're under fire from a resident's association claiming the risque creations promote prostitution.