Rufus the hawk has been working diligently behind the scenes of one of the biggest tennis competitions for the past 14 years. Rufus' job is to keep unwanted pigeons off the grounds so that games can continue unimpeded.
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Someone at an unnamed British company based in Dorset made a pretty big mistake when they were putting together collectible coffee mugs for England's World Cup team. Instead of using a photograph of Manchester United's center back Chris Smalling, they used a picture of Barack Obama.
Police in Brazil are investigating potential ticket fraud after a group of fans in a disabled section of Arena de Sao Paulo were seen jumping out of their wheelchairs in celebration during the opening game between Brazil and Croatia.
The Seattle Seahawks unveiled their rings from Super Bowl XLVIII on Twitter late Thursday night. The rings boast 12 gemstones, feathers and flags in honor of their fans, "the 12th man."
A driver with outstanding drug warrants led police on a wild chase across a golf course Tuesday.
Brazilian media giant Globo wanted to do something very special to celebrate the World Cup, so, logically, they built a giant demonic robot likeness of Argentinian soccer player Lionel Messi.
The New Orleans Saints and player Jimmy Graham are butting heads over what position he plays. His Twitter bio and website say that he's a tight end, but he is insisting he's a wide receiver.
Due to their fitness and metrosexual attention to grooming, many soccer players are considered international sex symbols. Unfortunately for a few teams, their players aren't allowed to use that sway with the ladies during the World Cup since their coaches won't let them have sex.
U.S. Men's National Team Coach Jurgen Klinsmann is using Kobe Bryant's contract extension as an explanation for why he did not name longtime U.S. veteran Landon Donovan to the World Cup team.
Golfer Rory McIlroy ran into a bit of a hiccup when on the way to Dublin for the Irish Open when United Airlines lost his golf clubs. He tweeted at the airline looking for some help.
The beauty that will be presenting the World Cup winners their trophy is none other than the supermodel to take on all supermodels, Gisele.
Even though most people around the world are excited about the World Cup, there's been little heard from the canine contingent. Luckily, a very handsome ambassador in the form of golden retriever, Georges, wants to change all that.
The coach of Germany's national team has been caught, yet again, picking his nose on camera.
In an effort to sniff out corruption across California a year ago, an FBI agent met with football legend Joe Montana under the guise of a potential investor for Montana's new hotel venture next to the new San Francisco 49ers' stadium.
The US Men's National Team is taking on their first opponent in the World Cup tonight at 6pm EST.
The Netherlands' Robin van Persie just scored a goal against Spain that might be one of the most beautiful goals ever. He managed to header the ball directly into the net to tie it up about halfway through the game. It barely looks real.
Metta World Peace, also known as Ron Artest, has decided that since becoming an NBA free agent, he may as well spend his time still connected to the game and give back to his community as well.
Disgraced former NBA owner Donald Sterling has reportedly hired four different private detective firms to investigate former NBA commissioners as well as the current commissioner, Adam Silver. He also plans on investigating 29 NBA owners.
One Croatian fan decided to get a little too friendly with an attractive Brazilian reporter after Croatia lost to Brazil in the first game of the World Cup Thursday.