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The U.S. team salutes its fans after the opening-round draw with England.

It is a maxim of American football that "a tie is like kissing your sister." But in the rest of the world, a tie can be something far, far better, and even beautiful. The U.S. opened with a 1-1 draw against England, a tie that, for the underdog Americans, was even better than kissing Angelina Jolie (or, if you prefer, Brad Pitt). Read more»

Sean Bottai and Maggie Golston predict the winners at the Oscars tomorrow, and prepare for their liveblog sparring with a bit of commentary. Read more»