• The head of the Australian delegation Kitty Chiller speaks during a press conference outside the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Sunday, July 24, 2016. Chiller said  that Australian athletes will not move into their rooms at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics until serious plumbing, electrical and cleaning problems are fixed, with the troubled South American games opening in under two weeks. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)

    Rio Olympics: Leaks, electrical outages as teams arrive

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Australia’s Olympic team leader is keeping the delegation’s 700 athletes or staff out of the Athletes Village for at least two days, citing electrical and plumbing problems in the sprawling complex less than two weeks before the start of the games in Rio de Janeiro.

  • A banner of the Slovenia team hangs on the top of a building of the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, July 23, 2016. The brand new complex of residential towers are where nearly 11,000 athletes and some 6,000 coaches and other handlers will sleep, eat and train during the upcoming games, that will kickoff on Aug. 5. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)

    Ready or Not: Rio Olympics open doors at Athletes Village

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Ready or not, the Rio Olympics are opening their doors.

  • In this May 8, 2015 file photo, lab technicians work at the Brazilian Doping Control Laboratory (LBCD) before a visit by Brazil's sports minister in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday, June 20, 2016, it has reaccredited the LBCD, the lab that will do drug testing for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, which start in just over two weeks. The anti-doping laboratory was suspended in June 2016 for "nonconformity with International Standard for Laboratories." (AP Photo/Felipe Dana, File)

    WADA reinstates Rio Olympic drug-testing laboratory

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The World Anti-Doping Agency said Wednesday it has reinstated the laboratory that will carry out drug testing for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, which start in just over two weeks.

  • In this May 20, 2016 file photo, Olympic tickets are displayed during an event at the Rio 2016 headquarters in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Non-Brazilians who bought Olympic tickets early may be regretting it, having paid higher prices and add-on fees. In a last-minute push to boost slow ticket sales, Rio organizers recently opened up their local ticket website to the entire world. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana, File)

    Olympic tickets: Prices could drop for non-Brazilian buyers

    RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Sports fans living outside Brazil who bought tickets for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics early may be regretting it, having paid higher prices and add-on fees.