Hackers Setting Up Fake WiFi At The Olympics

World | Eric Lieberman
Olympic fans take photographs and pose for selfies in front of the Olympic rings on Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, on 30 July 2016. The city is making last minute preparations for the events and celebrations as the 2016 Rio Olympic Games are set to begin in Rio on August 5 and run until August 21, 2016. LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

More problems in Rio…

Foreign Policy Expert: 'High Risk Of Terrorist Attack' Hitting Olympics

World | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Border controls are ‘non-existent’

Olympic Officials Lose Keys And Need To Break Into Own Stadium

Sports | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Just the latest in a long line of logistical embarrassments

Olympic Torch Finally Arrives in Rio de Janeiro

Sports | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Protesters managed to extinguish the torch flame in July

Fake Rio Cops Kidnap JiuJitsu Fighter, Force Him To Withdrawal Money From ATM

Sports | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Brazil is spending millions on security ahead of Olympic Games

Brazil Is Pouring Millions More Into Olympics' Security

World | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Police have been protesting over late salaries

Brazil Pulls Funding On Olympic Opening Ceremony

World | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Organizers have been downplaying expectations

Rio Cops To Olympic Tourists, Olympians: You're On Your Own

World | JP Carroll
Rio 2016 Olympics (Credit: Fernanda Kairys/Shutterstock)

Police believe the government has put the Olympics ahead of them

These Are The Five Biggest Disasters Plaguing The Rio Olympics

World | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Zika, no money, and few police

Rio De Janeiro Is Getting An Almost $1 Billion Bailout So The Olympics Don't Fail

World | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

‘It’s not true that Rio is broken’

Brazil Gets Worst Possible Resignation On Eve Of Olympics Tourism Boon

World | JP Carroll
Brazilian firefighter Haudson Alves abseils with the Olympic flame as he attends the Olympic Flame torch relay at Mane Garrincha stadium in Brasilia

Rio de Janiero is hosting the 2016 Summer Olympics in August

Russian Track And Field Athletes Banned From Olympics

Sports | JP Carroll
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics

Russia is ‘extremely disappointed’ by the decision

Brazil Desperately Trying To Downplay Zika As Athletes Back Out Of Olympics

World | JP Carroll
Ianka Mikaelle Barbosa, 18, poses for a photograph with Sophia, 18 days old, who is her second child and was born with microcephaly, at her house in Campina Grande, Brazil February 17, 2016. Single parents are common in Brazil where some studies show as many as one in three children from poor families grow up without a biological father, but doctors on the frontline of the Zika outbreak say they are concerned about how many mothers of babies with microcephaly are being abandoned. With the health service already under strain, abortion prohibited, and the virus hitting the poorest hardest, an absent father is yet another burden on mothers already struggling to cope with raising a child that might never walk or talk. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes

Government promises ‘a great experience’ despite the epidemic

Rio's Olympic Mascots Look Like Drug-Inspired Pokemon

Sports | Christian Datoc

What the hell was that?

Local Gov't Uses Google 'Waze' To Track You

Tech | Kate Patrick
The Mapping Crowd.JPEG

All in the name of ‘traffic management’

Check Out The Brain-Controlled ROBOT SUIT That A Paralyzed Teen Will Use For The World Cup

Sports | Tristyn Bloom

First match to kick off with a flashy bionic suit, but what about all those strikes and murders?

Mayor Of Rio Says Brazil Isn't Ready For World Cup Or Olympics Because Latin People Are Lazy

Sports | Sarah Hofmann

“We’re Latins. We’re not used to deadlines, to keeping up with things,”