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  • Irán y Nigeria aburren en el primer empate de la Copa

    CURITIBA Brasil (Reuters) - Las selecciones de Nigeria e Irán, que no ganan un partido mundialista desde 1998, aburrieron el lunes en el empate 0-0 por el Grupo F, la primera igualdad de la Copa del Mundo de Brasil. Nigeria, el campeón africano,...


  • Weston's Bedoya set to make World Cup debut for U.S.

    Weston's Bedoya set to make World Cup debut for U.S.
    In a sea of soccer patriotism, surrounded by painted faces, stars-and-stripes shirts, red, white and blue wigs and American flags donned as capes, Alejandro Bedoya's most loyal supporters wear these two words proudly across their chests. ¡DÁLE ALÉ!...

  • Crises in Iraq and elsewhere send oil prices soaring

    Crises in Iraq and elsewhere send oil prices soaring
    Crude oil prices were headed to their biggest weekly gain of the year on Friday amid fear that the escalating crisis in Iraq could constrain supplies around the world. Investors were spooked after President Obama said he is considering military action...

  • World Cup schedule: When to watch the group-play games on TV

    The 2014 World Cup officially gets underway Thursday in Brazil when the host country takes on Croatia at 1 p.m. PDT on ESPN. But what about the rest of the games? Are you trying to plan your days so you can watch all the matches? Below is the entire...
  • World Cup of hurt: A look at standouts stung by injury

    The sport known as football almost everywhere beyond our borders bears few similarities to the USA's heavily padded version. Here is one timely likeness: The roll call of ailing players scratched from the tournament is long enough to resemble the NFL...
  • Wow! And thanks to you

    How about some good news for a change? Last month, I wrote about the kidnapping of nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls by a band of putative men who style themselves "Boko Haram" -- "Western Education is Forbidden." Taken in concert with the 2012 shooting of...