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  • World Cup round-up: Messi lifts Argentina; U.S. opens vs. Ghana

    World Cup round-up: Messi lifts Argentina; U.S. opens vs. Ghana
    Lionel Messi scored his first goal in a World Cup since 2006 to lead Argentina to a tournament-opening win over Bosnia and Herzegovina. The best player in the world has not had the best track record in World Cups, but leading La Albiceleste in its rival...
  • World Cup round-up: Germany crushes Portugal; Brazil set for Mexico

    World Cup round-up: Germany crushes Portugal; Brazil set for Mexico
    Thomas Muller scored a hat trick to lead Germany to a 4-0 win over Portugal in the Group G opener.  Muller, the 24-year-old striker, now has eight goals in seven career World Cup games. The win puts Germany firmly in charge of the group, while it also...
  • World Cup round-up: Costa Rica stuns Uruguay; Lionel Messi takes stage

    World Cup round-up: Costa Rica stuns Uruguay; Lionel Messi takes stage
    They were the afterthought of Group D, a team no one expected to gain even a measly point. The Ticos did not care. Costa Rica stunned 2010 World Cup semifinalists Uruguay, 3-1, on Saturday, fighting back from a one-goal deficit to move atop Group D....
  • World Cup round-up: Ghana draws Germany; U.S. through with win

    World Cup round-up: Ghana draws Germany; U.S. through with win
    The U.S. is in control of its World Cup destiny. Ghana shocked many by holding World Cup favorites Germany to a 2-2 draw on Saturday, giving the U.S. a window to advance to the knockout stages with a win over Portugal on Sunday evening. André Ayew's...
  • VA chief Eric Shinseki is facing a tough battle, but he's seen others

    Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki knows adversity. As a soldier in Vietnam, he was seriously wounded twice, the second time during a second tour of duty when he stepped on a land mine and lost half of his right foot. That should have...
  • Messi scores to help Argentina to 2-1 win

    Messi scores to help Argentina to 2-1 win
    RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil -- Lionel Messi finally made his mark on the World Cup and lit up the Maracana with his first goal in the finals for eight years but Argentina had to battle hard for a 2-1 win over debutantes Bosnia in their opening Group F match on...
  • World Cup: Lionel Messi leads Argentina past Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2-1

    World Cup: Lionel Messi leads Argentina past Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2-1
    Lionel Messi scored a goal Sunday. In one context, that is hardly breaking news. Messi is widely regarded as the planet's best player primarily for his goal-scoring ability, averaging nearly one per game over a wondrous career with Barcelona. On...
  • For Bosnia-Herzegovina, playing in World Cup is a victory

    I love this season. In Mexico, as in much of Latin America, cities become paralyzed as seemingly everyone watches the games of the World Cup. You walk through the streets of this capital of 20 million people, for example, and hear the collective...
  • Nigeria and Iran battle to scoreless draw

    CURRITIBA, Brazil -- Opening play in Group F, Nigeria and Iran played to a listless, 0-0 draw, the first of its kind in the 2014 World Cup at the Arena de Baixada. Despite a few early chances for the Super Eagles, there was nothing to split the teams on...
  • World Cup Games on Univision, ESPN Netting 7.5 Million Viewers

    Viewer interest seems to be strong for this year's World Cup, with Univision and ESPN averaging a combined 7.5 million television viewers -- up vs. four years ago -- for their Group Play coverage since Thursday. According to in-home viewing estimates...
  • World Cup: U.S. tight-lipped about a replacement for Altidore

    World Cup: U.S. tight-lipped about a replacement for Altidore
    No one was saying so directly, but it's what members of the U.S. World Cup team didn't say Thursday that spoke the loudest. With striker Jozy Altidore officially ruled out of Sunday's game against Portugal with a strained hamstring, U.S. Coach Juergen...