by Kiley Kroh Posted on June 26, 2014
The 2014 World Cup in Brazil has been notable for more than hard-fought matches and stoppage time goals; it's also the first time official water breaks have been called due to excessive heat and humidity.
by Travis Waldron Posted on June 20, 2014 Updated: June 20, 2014
"We're with our fans," Mexico coach Miguel Herrera said after fans were accused of yelling gay slurs at opposing players.
by Travis Waldron Posted on June 16, 2014
Video from a Rio protest shows a police officer firing what appears to be a live round at protesters, and another reportedly fired rounds into the air.
by Ari Phillips Posted on June 16, 2014
Natal, host to the U.S.'s World Cup opener, suffered more than a month's worth of rain over the weekend. The city is under a flood emergency and the soccer pitch could be adversely impacted.
by Kiley Kroh Posted on June 14, 2014 Updated: June 14, 2014
Complete with 6,000 solar panels, Mineirão is the first World Cup stadium ever powered by solar energy.
by Travis Waldron Posted on June 13, 2014 Updated: June 13, 2014
Even as the mood around Brazil's World Cup improves, fans found time to challenge their president during the first match of the tournament Thursday.
by Travis Waldron Posted on June 12, 2014 Updated: June 13, 2014
The World Cup, which begins today in Brazil, is a wonderful sporting event. That's why we have to keep FIFA from ruining it.
by Joanna M. Foster Posted on June 12, 2014 Updated: June 12, 2014
As Brazil and Croatia prepare to battle it out in Sao Paulo in the opening match of the World Cup this afternoon, thousands of Brazilians in the south of the country are picking up the pieces after torrential rains left a trail of destruction.
by Carimah Townes Posted on June 8, 2014
Why aren't these people going to Brazil for the World Cup?
by Emily Atkin Posted on June 6, 2014
Brazil's cuts to greenhouse gases are more than three times bigger than the effect of taking all the cars in the U.S. off the road for a year.