Olympic visitors came for the sports, and stayed for the karaoke bar in the mall. Why aren't they visiting London?
How does England's air quality compare to that of past hosts, and could it affect athletes?
The ridiculous advertisements for Paris, Moscow, and New York make us think London deserved the win.
The Royal Mail unveils its newest Games-related stamps.
Done right, the Olympics can increase a city's public spaces and public transportation use.
The athletic apparel company gives other Londons publicity as it continues its tradition of ambush ads.
The former Prime Minister, now an Olympics legacy consultant, advises patience when it comes to evaluating the impact of the Games.
The American presidential candidate may not understand that for Britons, complaining is a way of showing you care.
One former war correspondent compared it to the "American military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan."
The 1976 games were largely considered a financial disaster. Can their legacy finally right itself?
The city's new cable car crossing the Thames suffered a malfunction this morning, but Opening Ceremonies hype is building.
Local vendors will replace the embattled Olympics security company at soccer venue St. James' Park.
Boris Johnson hopes to quiet his naysayers.
Despite what the LOCOG chief said on the radio, Pepsi and Nike gear will not be banned at the London games.
The roof of the London Aquatic Center is an undulating wave of aluminum supported by Red Lauro timber and more than 3,000 tons of steel.
With a Twitter-based mood-measuring lightshow displayed on the London Eye, we're about to find out.
A few scenes have been trimmed to ensure all attendees will be able to catch the last trains home.
The left-leaning city council may have lost legislative power, but it is regaining its influence as the sole chink in Britain’s official policy of Olympic boosterism.