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  • Belgium v USA: Round of 16 - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
    July 2, 2014  

    Team USA’s run in the World Cup ended with a 2-1 loss to Belgium, despite a record number of saves by American goalkeeper Tim Howard. For a closer look at goalkeeping, World Cup madness and the dangers of concussions, Jeffrey Brown turns to Briana Scurry, former goalkeeper for the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team. Continue reading

  • USA v Germany: Group G - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
    June 26, 2014  

    Despite a 0-1 defeat to Germany, U.S. fans cheered as their team advanced to the knockout round of 16 teams in the World Cup. Judy Woodruff turns to Matthew Futterman of The Wall Street Journal in Brazil to discuss the evolution of Team U.S.A., how the numbers added up to push them to the next level and why World Cup fever is spreading among American viewers. Continue reading

  • USA v Portugal: Group G - 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
    June 23, 2014  

    U.S. soccer fans watched Portugal extinguish an American victory with less than a minute left. The match ended in a tie of 2-2, but a win by the U.S. would have carried the team to the next round of the World Cup. To assess the U.S.’ chances for victory — or at least survival — Gwen Ifill talks to Matthew Futterman of The Wall Street Journal. Continue reading

  • June 23, 2010  

    In other news Wednesday, BP ran into new troubles in the Gulf when an accident at the damaged wellhead forced crews to remove the cap collecting the oil. Also, the Federal Reserve said it will hold interest rates at record lows due to ongoing concerns about European debt. Continue reading

  • February 19, 2010  

    Tiger Woods made a public apology for marital infidelity in Florida on Friday. Also, U.S. athletes lead the overall medal count going into the second week of the Winter Olympics with big wins for Evan Lysacek and Lindsey Vonn this week. Jeffrey Brown speaks with USA Today sports columnist Christine Brennan in Vancouver. Continue reading

  • February 12, 2010  

    Chris Klug is back in pursuit of Olympic gold in Vancouver after receiving a life-saving liver transplant and winning the battle for qualification that kept him out of the 2006 games. The 37-year-old snowboarder took home the bronze in the Salt Lake City Olympics in 2002. Continue reading