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Summer Olympics 2016

TV Ratings: ‘Superstore’ Special Enjoys Decent Olympics Boost

The returning comedy nabbed a 3.0 rating among adults 18-49.

International Olympic Committee to Investigate Ryan Lochte

The IOC has set up a disciplinary commission to investigate the incident involving Lochte and his U.S. swimming teammates in Rio.

TV Ratings: Rio Olympics Hold Steady Thursday

Thursday's primetime coverage drew 20.5 million viewers.

Ryan Lochte Apologizes for “My Behavior” at Rio Gas Station

In a statement posted to his Instagram account, the swimmer says he's sorry for "not being more careful and candid" in how he characterized what happened — an incident he initially described as an armed robbery.

Daily Olympian: “Watergate” Swamps Athletic Competition

Usain Bolt won his third straight 200-meter- sprint gold medal and an American wrestler scored one of the Games' biggest upsets.

Ryan Lochte Enlists PR Guru Matthew Hiltzik in Brazil Brouhaha (Exclusive)

Hiltzik's clients have included Justin Bieber, Harvey Weinstein, the NFL's Manti Te'o, Katie Couric and Alec Baldwin.

Hollywood Reacts to Ryan Lochte Robbery Lie With Jokes, Outrage

Meanwhile, memes featuring Brian Williams and scenes from 'Forrest Gump,' 'Zoolander' proliferate on social media.

Everything We Know About Simone Biles’ “Brazilian Boyfriend”

For starters, he's got rock-hard abs for days.

TV Ratings: NBC’s Rio Coverage Takes a Tumble on Wednesday

Ratings dipped to a 5.8 among adults 18-49 for Wednesday's primetime coverage, which included the women's 100 hurdles and women's beach volleyball.

Brazilian Police Say Lochte, U.S. Swimmers Were Not Robbed

The American swimmers who were pulled off a plane going back to the U.S. late Wednesday told police that the robbery story had been fabricated, police say.

Daily Olympian: USA Nabs 1-2-3 in Women’s Hurdles, Walsh Jennings Bows Out with Bronze

Track medals aplenty on Wednesday but there was also drama away from the games as two U.S. swimmers were barred from leaving Brazil as local police questioned their accounts of being robbed at gunpoint last week.

Rio Olympics Worldwide Audience to Top 3.5 Billion, IOC Estimates

New ways of watching are fragmenting audiences, but around half the world will have caught some part of the Olympics on traditional TV this year by the time of the closing ceremony.