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The World Cup is down to the last four teams, one of the more intriguing quartets of recent global soccer contests. Cup holders France is joined by perennial favorites Argentina and two teams that would be first-time champions if they make it to the winners stand, 2018 runner-up Croatia and underdog Morocco. Read more»

Despite controversies in Qatar, soccer fans in Arizona still were drawn to the World Cup. At Crown Public House in downtown Phoenix, fans celebrate a U.S. goal.

Though this year’s World Cup has developed into one of the more dysfunctional and corrupt tournaments, and many Arizona supporters feel a level of guilt in supporting the World Cup, fans seemed not to care what country the stadium was in once Monday's match kicked off. Read more»

France celebrates winning the 2018 World Cup with their fans.

Social media posts are misrepresenting an old photo from France by suggesting the sea of people in the streets shows “[p]eople are waking up against vaccine tyranny”, while the photo actually shows a celebration in Paris after France won the 2018 World Cup. Read more»

Guam's Travis Nicklaw attempts a shot as India's Arnab Kumar Mondal extends to try to block the ball during a 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifier.

India is a cricketing country that doesn’t have the best record in world soccer. Even so, to see a nation of more than 1.2 billion people beaten 2-1 by Guam in a World Cup qualifier makes the word “upset” come to mind. Arizona-born Brandon McDonald and FC Tucson's Travis Nicklaw snatched goals for the tiny island against the world's second-largest nation Read more»

Dallas Jaye and Travis Nicklaw

FC Tucson’s Dallas Jaye and Travis Nicklaw and the rest of the Matao begin their hunt for World Cup glory next Thursday. Read more»

President Obama has been very vocal about immigration reform for the last ... six years Read more»

Slinging mud across the pond over soccer is as old as the World Cup. Read more»

Sean Coleman (left) and Jaid Coronel (right) cheer during the U.S. World Cup match against Germany on Thursday at the Rialto Theatre.

Despite the United States' 1-0 loss to Germany in the World Cup, the team advances and soccer fans showed their support at the Rialto Theatre on Thursday morning. Read more»

U.S. men's national team training in Manaus the day before Sunday's match against Portugal.

The United States missed a tantalizing opportunity on Sunday, but did it end the Yanks’ hopes of a getting through to the next round of the World Cup? That would be a qualified no. Read more» 3

A lot of people in America will be watching Mexico play Brazil today. Read more»

Yingli's got solar panels, and Latin America's got sun. Hey, perfect match. Read more»

Part One: Religious sisters still under pressure despite soothing language from the pope. Read more»

As the World Cup approaches, police have pushed much overt drug selling out of the center of Rio, but in the outskirts it’s narco business as usual. Read more»

The enemies of fun have triumphed. First they came for the vuvuzela. Now they've come for the caxirola. Read more»

If any of these 6 teams wins in Brazil, Germany could claim a share of the credit. Read more»

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