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  • Where to watch today's World Cup action, including U.S.-Portugal match

    Caught a World Cup fever but don't have a television? Don't fret. You've got options. The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills is hosting a free viewing of Sunday's match between the U.S. and Portugal. The game, which has huge implications for...
  • Wie wins U.S. Women's Open for first major

    The Sports Xchange Wie wins U.S. Women's Open for first major PINEHURST, N.C. -- Michelle Wie won her first major championship, using an eagle to fend off a charge from the world's top-ranked female player on the way to Sunday's victory in the U.S....
  • China's Xi arrives in South Korea as tensions grow with North Korea, Japan

    BEIJING Chinese President Xi Jinping made his first state visit to South Korea on Thursday, part of a courtship aimed at strengthening his hand in dealing with North Korea and Japan. South Korean President Park Geun-hye greeted Xi upon his arrival in...
  • Quick strikes propel Algeria past South Korea

    Quick strikes propel Algeria past South Korea
    PORTO ALEGRE, Brazil -- Algeria struck three times in a span of 12 first-half minutes on Sunday en route to a comfortable 4-2 destruction of South Korea at the Estadio Beira-Rio. Islam Slimani opened the scoring for Algeria after 26 minutes and Rafik...
  • Algeria wallops South Korea, 4-2, to stay alive in World Cup group

    Algeria must have been hoarding goals all along. The team that began the tournament without a World Cup score in 481 minutes managed one in its opener, then unloaded Sunday on South Korea with a four-pack. The 4-2 romp put Algeria (1-1) in position to...
  • In figure skating, same old, same old

    In figure skating, same old, same old
    After two weeks out of the country, in a place where it was easier to escape because Internet access was (delightfully) spotty, it’s time to weigh in about a couple things that happened during the time away. Today, figure skating. ¬†Tomorrow,...
  • U.S. World Cup players regrouped quickly after Portugal game

    U.S. World Cup players regrouped quickly after Portugal game
    In the aftermath of Sunday's tie with Portugal, many U.S. players described the final seconds as an emotional roller coaster, with Portugal's last-minute goal denying the U.S. certain advancement to the round of 16 at the World Cup. But U.S....
  • World Cup cleans up in weekly ratings

    World Cup cleans up in weekly ratings
    How much is Orlando enjoying the World Cup? Just look at the ratings. Twenty-one of the top 22 sports broadcasts last week were World Cup matches, and the United States team brought in more viewers than anything in prime time. The United States-...
  • Thursday's World Cup matchups: U.S. looks to upset Germany

    THURSDAY'S GAMES GROUP G: U.S. VS. GERMANY Where: Recife. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ESPN, Univision. The buzz: The U.S. was on to the round of 16 before Portugal scored in the final seconds Sunday to forge a tie. So now the U.S. has to do it again. A...
  • United States needs just a point against Germany to move on to last 16

    United States needs just a point against Germany to move on to last 16
    Yesterday in one sentence:¬†Argentina and Nigeria played Arena Football defense and Ecuador and France threw the kitchen sink at each other while Switzerland improbably got its act together to advance to the last 16. What’s on tap:¬†United States...
  • African teams look to make progress at World Cup

    FIFA made an extraordinary decision when it awarded the last World Cup to South Africa, welcoming a nation and a continent to stand center stage under the hottest spotlight in international sports. And despite a few glitches, the 2010 tournament was a...