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Congress blocks 'victory tax' on Olympic athletes


USA Men's Basketball routs Serbia to capture third straight gold medal


Americans haul in historic load of medals in Rio


Team USA sweeps podium in 100m hurdles


Former ECU track athlete LaShawn Merritt prepares to take on Usain Bolt tonight


Lochte apologizes as disgraced US swimmers head home


Local kids inspired by 2016 Rio Summer Olympics


Bolt blows by Gatlin to capture 100-meter crown


Biles makes history, wins third gold in Rio; updates on other Olympic events


Ryan Lochte, 3 other US swimmers robbed by armed men in Rio


After volley to face, from a sure tennis medal to none


Golden night for USA swimming


South African sets world record in 400m, Merritt wins bronze


Gatlin, Bolt advance to 100-meter semifinals


Simone Manuel get silver, Blume gold in 50m free


Olympic gold medalist has ties to eastern Carolina


Captain K: Krzyzewski does funny rant about USA team's boat


Olympic Medal Count


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