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  • Blake Lively launches lifestyle website

    Blake Lively launches lifestyle website
    Actress Blake Lively launched a lifestyle site called Preserve, and it has the look of a horror movie promotional site, writes Maggie Lange at the Cut blog. [The Cut]  Portuguese soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo is launching a footwear line called CR7....
  • Chicago businesses relish World Cup fans

    Chicago businesses relish World Cup fans
    David Gubala, a Chicago Soccer sporting goods chain regional manager, was anxious Thursday — not so much about the match between the United States and Germany. Instead, he was worried that Ghana would beat Portugal and knock the U.S. out of...
  • Cristiano Ronaldo helps U.S. in Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana

    Cristiano Ronaldo helps U.S. in Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana
    Neither friend nor enemy, Cristiano Ronaldo exits the World Cup as a frenemy of the U.S. The soccer maestro, whose 11th-hour assist Sunday delayed the Americans' entry into the knockout phase, helped assure it Thursday with the deciding goal in Portugal's...
  • Letters: U.S. is still alive and kicking

    Letters: U.S. is still alive and kicking
    We may not be a soccer/futbol country, but this World Cup has united the United States. Alan Matis Sherman Oaks :: Amazing. Two Saturdays into the World Cup and the only letters last week were from hockey fans knocking soccer. One poor fellow felt...
  • After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil

    After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil
    The first round of a World Cup is a lot like a circus: There are clowns and high-wire acts, wild animals and magicians. And with 48 games in 14 days, it's hard to watch everything. So as the tournament paused Friday to bid arrivederci to Italy and the...
  • Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew

    Told it wouldn't survive, the U.S. team starts the World Cup anew
    — Michael Bradley's stare could bend steel. His teammates on the U.S. national team insist Bradley is lighthearted, a practical joker. But when he turns serious, he's far more frightening than funny. And on Saturday, Bradley was very, very...
  • Argentina beats Belgium, reaches semifinals

    Argentina beats Belgium, reaches semifinals
    Now that Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and James Rodriguez have gone home and Brazil’s Neymar has gone to the hospital, this World Cup belongs to Argentina’s Lionel Messi. And nobody knows that better then the players on Belgium’s...
  • At World Cup, CONCACAF sees its teams, including U.S., step up

    At World Cup, CONCACAF sees its teams, including U.S., step up
    SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Remember when CONCACAF was a quaint, unthreatening little football backwater where many of the people knew the sport as soccer — and few of them played it very well regardless of what it was called? This World Cup has...
  • Lionel Messi, Argentina move a step closer to World Cup title

    Lionel Messi, Argentina move a step closer to World Cup title
    Now that Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and James Rodriguez have all gone home and Brazil's Neymar has gone to the hospital, this World Cup belongs to Argentina's Lionel Messi. Nobody knows that better than Belgium, which pushed, pummeled and...
  • Treat the World Cup semis like March Madness

    Treat the World Cup semis like March Madness
    With the U.S. out of the World Cup, you may be wondering "what's in it for us?" in this week's semifinals. There's plenty, I can assure you. A new patriotism If you knew the U.S. had a shot to win gold in curling in the next Winter Olympics, you'd...
  • World Cup party over but summer of soccer set to rock U.S

    TORONTO (Reuters) - The World Cup party may be over but the summer of soccer is just heating up in the United States as fans prepare for a European invasion by the sport's glamour clubs looking to expand their brand. From New York to Los Angeles, some of...
  • World Cup round-up: Messi lifts Argentina; U.S. opens vs. Ghana

    World Cup round-up: Messi lifts Argentina; U.S. opens vs. Ghana
    Lionel Messi scored his first goal in a World Cup since 2006 to lead Argentina to a tournament-opening win over Bosnia and Herzegovina. The best player in the world has not had the best track record in World Cups, but leading La Albiceleste in its rival...