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FIFA World Cup

FIFA World Cup
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be played June 12 through July 13 in Brazil. The tournament features 32 teams at 12 venues in nine host cities. Spain won the 2010 World Cup, its first, and Italy won the 2006 cup, the country's fourth title.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will be played June 12 through July 13 in Brazil. The tournament features 32 teams at 12 venues in nine host cities. Spain won the 2010 World Cup, its first, and Italy won the 2006 cup, the country's fourth title. « Show less

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  • Qatar World Cup schedule switch hits snag with unions

    Switching the 2022 World Cup in Qatar from summer to winter hit a snag Thursday when unions representing players, clubs and leagues in Europe did not back a UEFA proposal to approve the seasonal move, which would disrupt the schedule of professional...
  • Sports TV and radio: Friday's 7/12 log (updated Thursday AM)

    Sports TV and radio: Friday's 7/12 log (updated Thursday AM)
    5:30 a.m.    Golf: Scottish Open second round (in Inverness).--Golf 8 a.m.    NBA: Orlando Summer League: Fifth-place game, then third-place game at 10, championship game at noon and seventh-place game at 2.--NBA TV 8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage...
  • Ski star Bode Miller embarrassed by Russian anti-gay law

    Ski star Bode Miller embarrassed by Russian anti-gay law
    PARK CITY, Utah - Four-time Olympian Bode Miller, the greatest men's alpine skier in U.S. history, said Russia's anti-gay law showed an intolerance and ignorance that embarrassed him as a human being.  Miller, the winner of five Olympic medals, took one...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 7/11 log (updated Thursday AM with LSC 48)

    Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 7/11 log (updated Thursday AM with LSC 48)
    5:30 a.m.    Golf: Scottish Open first round (in Inverness).--Golf 8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage 12 (Fougeres to Tours).--NBC Sports Net. 11 a.m. Basketball: 1995 VHSCA East-West all-star game.--LSC 48 11 a.m.    NBA: Orlando Summer League:...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 7/13 log (updated Sat. AM)

    Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 7/13 log (updated Sat. AM)
    8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage 14 (Saint-Pourcain-sur-Sioule to Lyon).--NBC Sports Net. 8:30 a.m.    Motorsports: Raceline (d.).--MASN 8:55 a.m.    Soccer: Singha All-Star XI vs. Manchester United.--Fox Soccer Ch. 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports...
  • Dan Gaspar Has A Chance To Be Part Of Something Big In Iran

    Dan Gaspar answered a question about the biggest misconceptions that Americans may have about Iran, not with a story of suffering, but with a story of suffrage. "We were in South Korea when the presidential elections were going on in June," Gaspar said....
  • Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 7/14 log (updated Sunday AM with tennis pairings)

    Sports TV and radio: Sunday's 7/14 log (updated Sunday AM with tennis pairings)
    7:30 a.m.    Motorsports: MotoGP World Championship: German Grand Prix(in Hohenstein).--Speed 8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage 15(Givors to Mont Ventoux).--NBC Sports Net. 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable 47 and Verizon FiOs 17...
  • Interview: 'Iron Man' vs. 'Man of Steel'? Gwyneth Paltrow shows mettle

    Interview: 'Iron Man' vs. 'Man of Steel'? Gwyneth Paltrow shows mettle
    If there was any sort of competition between the year’s most anticipated superhero films, “Iron Man 3” and “Man of Steel” — which opened at the U.S. box office six weeks apart — “Iron Man” actress...
  • Film Finance Forum Latin America Lines Up Panelists

    The first Film Finance Forum in Latin America, slated Aug. 21 in Rio, will showcase panels that feature a Who's Who in Latin America, Hollywood and Europe. Latin American panelists include Mundial sales chief Cristina Garza; Rio Film Commissioner/Latin...
  • Red Stars put soccer within reach

    Red Stars put soccer within reach
    Watching a Chicago Red Stars soccer match at the Village of Lisle-Benedictine University Sports Complex, says team owner Arnim Whisler, is like watching NBA teams compete in a high school stadium. The players are at the top of their game, but up close and...
  • Brazil: A Case Study in Anger, Sound and Fury

    If Brazilian president Dilma Rousse had taken a look at more of her nation's movies, she might have avoided some of the civil unrest that has been spreading like wildfire across the country. On June 20, 1 million Brazilians -- students, middle-class...
  • Baseball: Justin Campbell leads US 12U team to victory

     Justin Campbell of Simi Valley threw a complete game, striking out six, to lead the US 12U national team to a 2-0 victory over Panama on Wednesday in the International Baseball Federation World Cup in Taiwan. Campbell, the younger brother of Simi...
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  • Some Baltimore County union contracts expire

    About 2,400 unionized Baltimore County public employees are set to return to work Monday without contracts, following disagreements about workers' contributions to their health care benefits. The stalemate has left workers uncertain about a range of...
  • United Steelworkers union objects to RG Steel pay plan

    United Steelworkers union objects to RG Steel pay plan
    The United Steelworkers called a request by RG Steel to pay 21 of its remaining employees $767,000 in bonuses and health-insurance stipends "an inappropriate, unfair and outrageous effort." The complaint, sent to members of the union Friday, came a day...
  • Seven deaths tallied so far from heat, storms

    Seven deaths tallied so far from heat, storms
    A summer heat wave expected to last through the weekend is now blamed for seven deaths across Maryland, and public officials called Monday for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. to act quickly to repair power outages or risk more deaths. Four people died...
  • Removing Bloede Dam has support, despite historical significance

    Removing Bloede Dam has support, despite historical significance
    A 105-year-old historic dam straddling Howard and Baltimore counties could be gone by winter 2014. The removal of the Bloede Dam was one of four potential plans presented by the Bloede Dam Alternatives Analysis Open House for the 230-foot-long, 30-foot-...
  • Open enrollment is here for many workers

    Open enrollment is here for many workers
    You might not have received your open enrollment package yet, but you probably know what to expect: Higher premiums. More out-of-pocket costs. Enticements to participate in wellness programs. This may be the last predictable open-enrollment season....
  • Who pays the 'employer penalty' under the health reform law?

    In a recent article about the health reform law, The Sun quoted small business owner Eric Maynard as objecting to the "employer penalty" of the Affordable Care Act ("Maryland poised for next phase of health reform," June 29). But Mr. Maynard's business...
  • Health reform has been critical for Maryland

    Health reform has been critical for Maryland
    With the Supreme Court reviewing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), there is no shortage of legal analysis to handicap the decision. But unfortunately, not enough attention has been paid to the real value this law provides to millions of American families and...
  • Obamacare: GOP moves to repeal, and then what?

    Obamacare: GOP moves to repeal, and then what?
    Next time the more bombastic in Washington rail against government waste, let them include every cent lost to Wednesday's dog and pony show in the House of Representatives, where time that might have been used constructively was frittered away with yet...
  • UVa. coach, officials sued over Yeardley Love's death

    UVa. coach, officials sued over Yeardley Love's death
    Sharon Love has sued the University of Virginia men's lacrosse coach and other athletic officials for negligence in the 2010 death of her daughter, Yeardley, saying they ignored previous violent, drunken behavior by the player who was ultimately convicted...
  • Yes, some employers do provide generous employee benefits

    You might never have heard of U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention in Rockville, but after reading this you likely will want to work there. The scientific nonprofit, which sets standards for drug production and quality in the United States, was recently...
  • Harford council, so far, leaves transfer station in budget

    Harford County Council members approved the first of what are expected to be several amendments to the proposed fiscal year 2013 budget during Tuesday's council meeting, including one to increase the amount of money earmarked for a new animal shelter in...
  • Save hearing with earplugs during Grand Prix of Baltimore

    Save hearing with earplugs during Grand Prix of Baltimore
    Earplugs are a must for all those who want an up-close look at the race cars in the Grand Prix of Baltimore this weekend, health officials are warning. “Using ear plugs preserves healthy hearing and doesn't take away from the excitement of the...