The U.S. contemplates sending military aircraft and possible ground troops to rescue the Yazidis, as more American military advisers arrive in Iraq to help plan an evacuation of the displaced people. their
Liberia's information minister has admitted that the country's health care system has been overwhelmed by the spread of the deadly Ebola virus. Lewis Brown told the BBC the system had been "overtaxed"
A crisis so dire that families are fleeing to Syria. A militant threat so strong that U.S. forces are striking from the sky. And political strife so tense that it could derail hopes for government stability.
Germany vs. Portugal (12:00 p.m. ET) Where: Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador. You know, the part of Brazil where Anthony Bourdain gets drunk on caipirinhas and makes you hate him even more for having his job.
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Liverpool and England striker insists it is possible to put in maximum effort without breaking the laws of the game Daniel Sturridge says he "will do anything in my power" to defeat Uruguay in Sao Paulo
Even after being left off the 2014 U.S. World Cup team roster, Landon Donovan is shredding any sense of doubt that he's always in the game. Donovan proved he's a good sport despite the snub in a new ad
Liverpool striker hopes to upset Premier League team-mates in Group D meeting while claiming that England have 'defensive deficiencies' Luis Suárez has declared himself 100 per cent fit for Uruguay’s World
U.S. striker Jozy Altidore suffered a left hamstring injury during the frenetic first half of the team's opening match in the 2014 World Cup against Ghana. In the 21st minute, Altidore pulled up during
The United States were getting pummelled by Ghana. They deserved to concede many times before Andre Ayew equalized. But it doesn't matter, because thanks to John Brooks, USA are 2-1 ahead deep in the half.
Despite breaking his nose in the first half, the American captain proved his toughness and helped lead his squad to a thrilling 2-1 victory against rival Ghana. There was no need for a medical degree order