Netherlands vs. Mexico and Costa Rica vs. Greece are today’s two round of 16 matches.
Ringed by verdant volcanoes and little villages, Atitlán has been called the most beautiful lake in the world. But the lake is slowly dying from pollution.
Brazil's goalkeeper Julio Cesar was the hero of Saturday's match between Brazil and Chile. Thanks to Cesar, Brazil advances to the World Cup quarter finals.
The first match of the day features Brazil vs. Chile. This could be a close contest. Later, Colombia plays Uruguay. Colombia is expected to dominate.
Soccer may be hugely popular in Brazil, but the girls and women who want to play have largely been left on the sidelines.
Germany beat the USA, 1-0, without much trouble Thursday, but the Americans still advance to the second round of the World Cup to face Belgium. The good news? They have to win.
US vs. Germany is today’s match to watch with Portugal vs. Ghana, Algeria vs. Russia, and Korea vs. Belgium ending round one play.
Luis Suárez's bite attack on Italy's Giorgio Chiellini yesterday could see him kicked out of the World Cup. But in his home country there's denial and finger-pointing - at the English of all people.
Luis Suárez of Uruguay is accused of biting an opponent during a match against Italy Tuesday. What is the penalty for biting an opponent in soccer? Will FIFA suspend Suárez from the rest of the 2014 World Cup?
Determined but impecunious enthusiasts have braved lawless borders, overcrowded minibuses, and perilous river crossings to keep costs down en route to Manaus, Brazil.
World Cup groups E and F wrap up first round play Wednesday, matches include Argentina vs. Nigeria, France vs. Ecuador, and Iran takes on Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Soccer has become the latest target for Venezuela's beleaguered political opposition as it tries to use the World Cup craze to keep pressure on embattled President Nicolás Maduro.
Day two of week two brings four matches with Italy vs. Uruguay as today’s match to watch with only one of the two teams moving on to the next round.
Aid may help – like the recently proposed White House plan to invest millions in security and development in the region – but it's not a solution to the long-brewing crisis.
The second week of World Cup 2014 gets underway with a quartet of matches Monday: Spain vs. Australia, Chile vs. The Netherlands, Brazil against Cameroon, and Croatia vs. Mexico.
The USA gave up the latest non-overtime goal in World Cup history to draw with Portugal, 2-2, Sunday night. But it played with composure looked dangerous.
The USA vs. Portugal game Sunday isn't a must-win for the Americans, and historically, that's been bad news. It has not won two games in the group stage since the first World Cup in 1930.
US vs. Portugal is the match to watch today while Russia takes on Belgium and Korea faces Algeria.
Saturday's 2014 World Cup matches feature Germany vs. Ghana at 3 p.m. The other two matches of the day are Argentina vs. Iran and Nigeria vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Mexico soccer fans regularly chant a homophobic slur during opposition goal kicks. Fans of El Tri – along with Brazil, Croatia, and Russia – are now under investigation by FIFA.