The U.S. vice president was reportedly supposed to meet with North Korean officials while he was in South Korea for the Olympics.
FireEye, a cybersecurity research firm, says a group dubbed "Reaper" has expanded its cyber espionage efforts to Japan, Vietnam and the Middle East.
Shiffrin dropped out of Wednesday's downhill race after the alpine combined event was moved up one day to Thursday.
Aleksandr Krushelnitckii left while waiting for the results of a second test for a banned medication.
Friday was a disappointing day for several American athletes competing at the Winter Olympics.
The 22-year-old won gold in the women's giant slalom Thursday. And she's widely expected to snag even more medals.
Although the U.S. is seemingly under a stream of cyberattacks, the motives for those attacks are as unique as the countries that carry them out.
Alpine skiing events and other competitions have been rescheduled multiple times because of wind gusts that have reached about 40 miles per hour.
The 17-year-old blew away her competition and won the gold medal in the women's snowboarding halfpipe.
Fans want to see athletes hit big tricks as much as athletes want to do them - but for that to happen, it requires a bit of help from engineers.
The Koreans played against Switzerland in their opening match.
The invitation was delivered by Kim Yo-jong, sister and trusted adviser to the North's leader.