With the 2014 World Cup upon us, it's only fitting that Sports Illustrated do something to mark the occasion.
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According to a New York Times survey, a majority of Americans believe that the U.S. will win the World Cup. However, when asked what team they're rooting against, the majority picked America again.
Brazil, the host of the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics, is full of beauty. The world's fifth largest country in the world is soaked in sunshine, ringed with beaches, dense with jungle and is a cultural melting pot.
Hooters is the latest company to release a commercial encouraging Americans to care about the World Cup, allowing the "family restaraunt" to play on the idea that no one knows what soccer is.
Brazil is in no way, shape or form ready for the World Cup beginning on Thursday. The country has faced massive protests, worker deaths, incomplete projects and huge transportation issues.
With the first game of the World Cup starting on Thursday, Americans are starting to remember what soccer is.
The New York Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration have arrested four strippers for drugging the drinks of wealthy patrons and running up their credit cards for upwards of $200,000.
Sepp Blatter, the president of the notoriously corrupt governing body for international soccer, FIFA, said Monday that accusing FIFA officials of taking bribes is racism. He made this declaration while addressing the African and Asian confederations of FIFA, who were holding their own conferences before FIFA's annual conference.
A woman who worked for a NASA-funded project to teach dolphins English admitted to having sex with the dolphin in a new documentary. The BBC documentary, entitled "The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins," is based on interviews with Margaret Howe Lovatt, who was stationed in the U.S. Virgin Islands in 1963 as part of an experiment with the aquatic mammals.
A California tribe, The Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation, has paid to run an ad against the Washington Redskins team name in seven cities during the halftime of Game 3 of the NBA Finals Tuesday night.
An anesthesiologist in Washington state has been accused of his patient's safety due to sexting during repeated surgeries between April and August 2013.
Something (possibly) very strange is going on in Orlando, and it involves Shaquille O'Neal.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, who went 4-12 in the 2013 season, have announced an unusual new scheme to draw fans to games: a swimming pool in the stadium.
Michael Jordan continues to be the greatest.
Want a fitting tribute to the 2014 World Cup? So did someone in Thailand, who decided it would be a good idea to have school children play a game of soccer ... against elephants.
Steve Coburn is understandably miffed that his horse, California Chrome, was unable to lock up the triple crown. However, while most owners would just grumble to themselves and lament the loss behind closed doors, Coburn decided to shoot off about it -- which he is now apologizing for.
Dogs never forgets those that loved them. This is rarely seen as clearly as watching Wiley, a rescue wolf dog, crying over the grave of a worker from Lockwood Animal Rescue.
Eduardo Paes, the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, is not too concerned about the fact that the city isn't ready for the World Cup starting on Thursday, or the 2016 Olympics for that matter. He says it's par for the course with his culture.
In one of the most important games of his career, LeBron James fell victim to ... cramps? James and his Miami Heat teammates were playing the San Antonio Spurs in the first game of the NBA Finals when the air conditioning at the AT&T Center broke.
It would seem that American millionaire, and oil baron, T. Boone Pickens was less than impressed by President Obama's workout regimen.