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Can MLS Develop USMNT Players Capable of Making a Deep World Cup Run?

As exciting as the 2014 World Cup was for United States men's national team fans, the harsh reality is that the team advanced no further than it did in 2010. Even more depressingly, the team's 2-1 loss to Belgium in the round of 16 in...Show More Summary

8 Potential Breakout USMNT Stars in 2018 World Cup

As the United States men's national team begins to re-focus on the road ahead, it will have to start integrating new talent in preparation for the 2018 World Cup cycle. Luckily for the U.S., it has already bled some of this new talent and gotten them some experience in this summer's World Cup. Here are eight potential stars for the U.S. come 2018. Begin Slideshow

US Government Sends Draft Notices to 14,000 Men Born in the 1800s

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If you're male and a citizen of the United States or a legal immigrant, you must register with the Selective Service System when you turn 18 years old. For the next 7 years, if there is ever a draft, you may get called up for mandatory service in the armed forces. Show More Summary

USMNT’s Matt Besler A Target For Bundesliga Side SC Freiburg

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United State’s Men’s National Team’s Matt Besler is said to be receiving multiple offers from both European and English clubs after a solid performance for the United States in the 2014 World Cup. Reports in Kicker Magazine indicate SC Freiburg … Continue reading ? USMNT’s Matt Besler A Target For Bundesliga Side SC Freiburg is a post from World Soccer Talk.

Selective Service sends 14K draft notices to families of men born in 1800s

No, the United States isn’t trying to build a military force of centenarians.

3 Things MLS Must Do to Take Advantage of Euphoria in US Soccer

As the United States men's national soccer team made their run in the 2014 World Cup, Americans showed up at public watch parties by the thousands to support them. For a country like the United States, with a nascent soccer culture, the World Cup offers a unique opportunity every four years to grow the sport's fanbase. Show More Summary

10 Things USMNT Boss Jurgen Klinsmann Should Experiment with Before Copa America

In two years, the United States men's national team will face their biggest test since Brazil by hosting the 2016 Copa America Centenario. The event will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the tournament, and it will contain six CONCACAF...Show More Summary

5 Players USMNT Should Call Up for Copa America Challenge

With the 2014 World Cup now over for the United States men's national team and their head coach, Jurgen Klinsmann, thoughts will turn to the future, including the 2015 Gold Cup, the 2016 Copa America and qualifying for the 2018 World...Show More Summary

Tim Howard for defense secretary? Obama promises to 'think about it'

President Obama congratulated the United States men's soccer team on their World Cup run, and said that he was listening to Americans' pleas that he make goalkeeper Tim Howard his next defense secretary. "Chuck Hagel's got that spot right now, but if there is a vacancy, I promise to think about it," Obama said. Show More Summary

5 USMNT Players Whose Stock Fell at 2014 World Cup

Now that the United States men's national team has been eliminated from the 2014 World Cup, much of the focus has turned to a number of USMNT players who are rumored to be gearing up for big moves to Europe on the back of their strong play in the tournament. Similarly, there were a few U.S. Show More Summary

5 USMNT Players Whose Stock Increased at 2014 World Cup

The United States men's national team's performance in the 2014 World Cup was a living, breathing and sweating example of why sports are unpredictable. Here are some of the names you probably hoped you would later see in this post-tournament...Show More Summary

Late Night: 1776: A Good Thing or Not? Reflections on the American Revolution

It’s the 4th of July again: a time for fireworks, picnics, parades and speeches. We hear references to the Founding Fathers of the United States, exceptional and noble men who helped change history; men like Washington and Jefferson and Franklin and Hamilton and John Adams. Show More Summary

Men Without Chests and the Women Who Love Them

The world will soon belong to the men without chests. As it is, many of the first-world nations are already steered by such men, including America herself. Britain, France, Iraq, Spain, and our own United States are all run by men without chests.

10 Defining Moments in USMNT's 2014 World Cup Campaign

The United States men's national soccer team captured the hearts of millions at the 2014 World Cup before being eliminated by Belgium. As we look back at the U.S. campaign with fondness, it is clear that Americans can feel nothing but...Show More Summary

10 Things USMNT Learned from 2014 World Cup Campaign

The United States men's national team's 2014 World Cup run seemed interminable until its frenetic, then sudden end. All three of the Americans' group-stage matches were tightly contested. Their encounter with Belgium was as lopsidedShow More Summary

The 150th anniversary of the idea of national parks

Merced River and Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, circa 1865, Carleton Watkins photograph One hundred and fifty years ago, the United States was in the midst of the Civil War. And yet, a group of men dared to press a curious idea. A magnificent valley and a grove of immense sequoia trees had been discovered in California. Show More Summary

Watch All 16 of Tim Howard's Record-Setting Saves Against Belgium at Same Time

United States Men's National Team keeper Tim Howard's performance against Belgium in the 2014 FIFA World Cup was one for the ages. Howard was so good that he was able to keep Belgium off the board in regulation and help Team USA force extra time. Show More Summary

from OECD Economic Surveys: United States 2014 Americans work...

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from OECD Economic Surveys: United States 2014 Americans work longer hours than other developed countries (1790 hours annually), like Denmark, which has the highest happiness in the world (1546 hours annually). And 45% of men and 20% of women work more than 40 hours per week, which in many case is uncompensated.

Where Does USA's World Cup 2014 Campaign Rank in Their All-Time Performances?

With the United States men's national team now out of the 2014 World Cup, it's time to reflect on where the U.S.'s performance ranks in terms of the team's all-time World Cup performances. Since 1930, the USMNT has appeared in 10 World Cups. Here's how they rank, according to the team's finish and the impact the tournament had on the game at home. Begin Slideshow

On this day . . .

in 1826, 50 years after the Declaration of Independence was adopted in Philadelphia, John Adams died at home in Braintree. One of the great men of the Revolutionary generation and the second president of the United States, Adams was 91 years old. Show More Summary

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