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American snowboarders ripped up the half-pipe at the 2002 Winter Olympics - taking gold, silver and bronze. The last time Americans had a medal sweep - snowboarding wasn't even a sport.
Friends are grabbing the cash and sticking around, movie star hotties are jumping onto the tube as some get kicked off and there's some Olympic drama. Read on for the latest tube news...
Medusa was a beautiful lady with hair to die for. She was caught messing around with a guy, in the temple of all places, so her hair was turned into snakes. One look turned people to stone.
Harry's guardians are jerks, the most evil wizard of all time wants him dead and he has a ton of homework! It's rough being a wizard. Harry needs all the help he can get, like these cheat codes!
*NSYNC, Nelly Furtado, Creed and Alanis Morissette prepare to rock Salt Lake City - Usher announces North American tour dates and Britney Spears' flick, Crossroads, opens across the country!
Baseball's spring training is underway in Florida, Jeff Gordon gets his engine going for the Daytona 500 and YOU could be the next star television reporter for NBA Inside Stuff.
Did you know there's an official US march? It's called The Stars and Stripes Forever and was written by the March King, John Philip Sousa. Find out what John's band was the first to do.
Flying was just a dream until two brothers, who never gave up, built the perfect flying machine. Keep reading for more about the first flight, longest trip and first solo trip by a woman.
Have you ever wondered where some of those weird expressions and traditions come from? Check out these historical "facts" and judge for yourself if this is really where these started.
Apolo Ohno's agonizing crash in speedskating opened the door to Olympic gold for Aussie, Steven Bradbury. For every thrill of victory, there is almost always an agonizing moment of defeat.