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  • U.S. left in World Cup limbo as late goal gives Portugal stunning tie

    As World Cup journeys go, the U.S. has gone from being in the driver's seat to having to ask for help in getting where they'd like to be. That's how big Portugal's goal in the closing seconds of stoppage time looms for the U.S., which had to settle...
  • U.S. is a few years away from challenging for World Cup title

    U.S. is a few years away from challenging for World Cup title
    As we all know, the United States' World Cup hopes ended Tuesday with a 2-1 overtime loss to Belgium. Belgium clearly dominated the game and if not for the play of goalkeeper Tim Howard this game would have ended in regulation time. Howard had a record-...
  • United States settles for 2-2 tie with Portugal

    United States settles for 2-2 tie with Portugal
    MANAUS, Brazil — As World Cup journeys go, the U.S. has gone from being in the driver's seat to having to ask for help in getting where they'd like to be. That's how big Portugal's goal in the closing seconds of stoppage time looms for the U.S.,...
  • Klinsmann tells Americans to change flights to after World Cup final

    United States coach Juergen Klinsmann has told his players to get their families to change their return flights from Brazil until after the World Cup final. The U.S. face Belgium in the second round of the World Cup on Tuesday after emerging from a...
  • Brazil's hard roads and World Cup's rough edges don't worry U.S. team

    Brazil's hard roads and World Cup's rough edges don't worry U.S. team
    Mexico's players had to pile into taxis to get to training Monday when the team bus wouldn't start. Officials with the English team, whose hotel is within sight of Brazil's largest slum, worry the gridlocked streets will trap the players in traffic...
  • Friendly against Nigeria gives U.S. strong final tuneup for World Cup

    Friendly against Nigeria gives U.S. strong final tuneup for World Cup
    The country will get one last look Saturday at the U.S. men's national team ahead of the World Cup in Brazil. The friendly against Nigeria, though, is far from a final dress rehearsal. The U.S. will look to show improvement from its first two send-off...
  • Jozy Altidore's two goals lift U.S. men's team past Nigeria, 2-1

    Jozy Altidore's two goals lift U.S. men's team past Nigeria, 2-1
    The goal was a simple tap-in, but the finish itself could prove to be a crucial lift for the U.S. men's national team ahead of the World Cup. Jozy Altidore got an elusive goal in the 31st minute of the U.S. team's 2-1 win over Nigeria on Saturday, and...
  • Jozy Altidore ends goal drought during U.S. win over Nigeria

    JACKSONVILLE — The goal was a simple tap-in, but the finish itself could prove to be a crucial lift for the U.S. men's national team ahead of the World Cup. Jozy Altidore got an elusive goal in the 31st minute of the U.S. team's 2-1 win over...
  • U.S. fans making their mark in Brazil

    Manaus is more a sauna than a city, a frontier outpost in the middle of a rain forest 200 miles from the equator. It's the last stop before the Amazon and not the kind of place where you'd expect to see grown men walking down the street wearing face...
  • World Cup hasn't gone well for Bradley, but Klinsmann confident

    World Cup hasn't gone well for Bradley, but Klinsmann confident
    SAO PAULO, Brazil -- In the first half of an April friendly against Mexico, Michael Bradley was everywhere, scoring the first U.S. goal, setting up the second and ravaging a stellar Mexican defense by dominating possession, dictating pace and spraying...
  • Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew

    Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew
    — Michael Bradley's stare could bend steel. His teammates on the U.S. national team insist Bradley is lighthearted, a practical joker. But when he turns serious, he's far more frightening than funny. And on Saturday, Bradley was very, very...