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  • Brazil-Italy legends match shelved

    FORT LAUDERDALE -- The "Clash of the Titans" match pitting players from Brazil's and Italy's legendary World Cup teams has been cancelled. The Brazil-Italy legends game was slated for Friday at 8 p.m. at Lockhart Stadium. Match organizers, who could...
  • Neymar's goal lifts Brazil over Colombia

    Neymar's goal lifts Brazil over Colombia
    Eat your hearts out, Dolphins and 'Canes. The national soccer teams of Brazil and Colombia and their fans put on a clinic Friday on how to fill and rock Sun Life Stadium. South Florida's two premier teams in that other brand of football have a tough act...
  • Bolivia-Ecuador kicks off international soccer matches at Lockhart

    If soccer starved fans didn't get their fill from Friday night's match between Brazil and Colombia at Sun Life Stadium, there's more. On Saturday, the men's national teams from Ecuador and Bolivia will meet in the first of two matches played at...
  • Chile soccer team holds on, beats Haiti 1-0

    Chile soccer team holds on, beats Haiti 1-0
    FORT LAUDERDALE — This was the opposite side of bookends in regard to talent and skill on the soccer pitch. Chile, a veteran of eight World Cup appearances including the most recent in Brazil against Haiti with only the 1974 World Cup to its...
  • Airing concerns about sports events in smoggy China

    When the starter's gun sounded for the 34th annual Beijing International Marathon on Sunday, air pollution measured 20 times worse than what the World Health Organization considers safe to breathe. Anywhere else in the world, this would have been a...
  • Petrobras corruption case overshadows Brazil presidential campaign

    Petrobras corruption case overshadows Brazil presidential campaign
    Presidential challenger Aecio Neves took the podium at a yacht club in Copacabana this week for a rapid-fire news conference at which he took aim at incumbent Dilma Rousseff for a corruption scandal involving Petrobras, the state-owned oil company....
  • Economy is key in Brazil's presidential runoff, voters say

    When Karina Gonzaga thinks about whom she'll vote for in Sunday's presidential runoff election, she doesn't care that Brazil's long economic boom has suffered a downturn or that President Dilma Rousseff's center-left Workers' Party has already been in...
  • Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff narrowly reelected

    Incumbent President Dilma Rousseff narrowly defeated center-right challenger Aecio Neves in a runoff election on Sunday as Brazilian voters gave her center-left Workers’ Party a fourth term in the presidency. Rousseff, who took over from popular...
  • Dilma Rousseff Re-election: Continuity For Film/TV in Brazil?

    In Rio de Janeiro last night, about 1,000 supporters of Dilma Rousseff, re-elected by the narrowest of margins as Brazil's president, gathered in driving rain to celebrate her Sunday second-round election triumph, in which she fought off a stiff challenge...
  • Investors punish Brazil after President Rousseff's reelection

    Investors punish Brazil after President Rousseff's reelection
    Investors badly punished Brazil's stock market and currency Monday after President Dilma Rousseff's reelection, amid questions about how she will lead the world's seventh-largest economy. Business elites had strongly favored center-right challenger...
  • Juergen Klinsmann a finalist for FIFA World Coach of the Year

    Juergen Klinsmann a finalist for FIFA World Coach of the Year
    Juergen Klinsmann, who led the U.S. national team to the Round of 16 in last summer's World Cup, is one of 10 finalists for FIFA's World Coach of the Year award. Other candidates for the honor include Klinsmann protege Joachim Loew, who led Germany to...