By Gillian Mohney

Jun 28, 2014 5:40pm

See Brazil Fans Go Crazy With Happiness

It took a nail-biting penalty kick round, but World Cup host Brazil grabbed victory against Chile, advancing to the quarter-finals. Tens of thousands of Brazil fans erupted into cheers in the stadium, but that was nothing to the countless fans in bars on the streets… Read More »

Jun 16, 2014 9:45am

FIFA World Cup 2014: What to Watch for This Week

The World Cup is in full swing. Below is a guide on what to see, the major storylines, who to root for and what to expect this week from Brazil:   U.S. SOCCER NEEDS A NEW HERO   Bill Clinton was in the White House… Read More »

Jun 15, 2014 10:49am

2014 World Cup: Did a Drone Spy on France’s Practice?

The manager of the French soccer team claims that a drone flew over his team’s practice at the World Cup this weekend and has asked FIFA to investigate. Dider Deschamps, the team manager, told a news conference that FIFA would look into the incident, according… Read More »

Jun 3, 2014 7:35pm

Dan Marino Reverses, Punts on NFL Concussion Suit

Dan Marino, the all-star former football player known for his quick release as a quarterback, was announced as a marquee name in the new lawsuit charging the NFL hid concussion data from its players–but now, in the same day he’s reversing field and backing out…. Read More »

May 9, 2014 3:51pm

Meet the New CEO of the LA Clippers: Dick Parsons

The NBA has placed an interim CEO at the head of the Los Angeles Clippers after owner Donald Sterling was banned for life from the league for racist comments he was recorded making to his assistant. Dick Parsons will the run the team until the… Read More »