Amazon Rainforest News
Channing Tatum's Energy Secret: An Amazonian Leaf That 'Brings the Force of the Jungle Inside You'
Deep in the Ecuadorian rainforest, a woman handed Channing Tatum a bowl of tea made from a mysterious leaf believed to have mystical powers. He took the steaming bowl and sat down next to a camp fire to sip and enjoy. It's part of a ritual that has been shared by locals for thousands of years. "It
Channing Tatum Says Runa Tea Was Essential for Shooting 'Magic Mike'
The actor became an investor in a tea company based in the Amazon rainforest after drinking it while shooting his movie.
The Royals Arrive; Not Quite 'Eaten Alive'
quicklist:1 title: Not Quite ‘Eaten Alive’ text: After an outpouring of disappointment from viewers that expected to see naturalist Paul Rosolie get "Eaten Alive" by an 18-foot anaconda on Discovery Channel's highly anticipated special, the network has released a statement regarding the feat being
Discovery Channel on Snake Special: Paul Rosolie Intended to Be 'Eaten Alive'
After an outpouring of disappointment from viewers that expected to see Paul Rosolie get "Eaten Alive" by an 18-foot anaconda on Discovery Channel's highly-anticipated special, the network has released a statement regarding the feat being cut short. The two-hour Monday night event took the audience
USA Squanders Lead, Manages 2-2 Draw Against Portugal
Red, white -- and oh so blue. The USA and Portugal played to a 2-2 draw in Sunday's much-anticipated World Cup match in Manaus, Brazil -- a draw that silenced American fans and postponed what had been premature celebrations of reaching the knockout round. 2014 FIFA World Cup TV Schedule and Results
World Cup Match So Hot Officials Call for First-Ever Water Break
The World Cup match featuring the USA and Portugal tonight in muggy Manaus, Brazil, got so heated that officials called for a water break -- the first in the tournament's history. It's 84 degrees with 70 percent humidity in Manaus, a city smack in the middle of the Amazon rainforest . There is also
What Cristiano Ronaldo Should Expect When He Plays the US
Sure, Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo is considered one of the best soccer players in the world. But that doesn’t mean tonight's World Cup game against the U.S. will be a walk in the park. In fact, we think Ronaldo’s pretty-boy image and overblown ego might take a hit when he plays the United States
5 Burning Questions From the World Cup Opening Ceremony
The 2014 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Brazil today with an opening ceremony that proves the country knows how to throw a party. Here’s your quick guide to 5 burning questions that may have come up during the 25-minute spectacle. 2014 FIFA World Cup TV Schedule ESPN: Full Coverage Who’s that lady
How Brazil Built a Stadium in the Jungle
What's most remarkable about the Arena Amazonia -- the place where some of the most hotly anticipated matches of the World Cup will be played -- is the fact that the stadium was even built to begin with. While the task of readying the one dozen host cities has been a massive undertaking for Brazil,