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Chuck Hagel calling Tim Howard

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Sec. of Defense Hagel calls US goalie Tim Howard

One secretary of defense called another on Wednesday when U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel placed a call to World Cup soccer goalie Tim Howard.

Waffle House ban on Belgian waffles

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Waffle House 'declares war' on Belgian waffles

Waffle House is urging all Americans to boycott Belgian waffles to support the U.S. men's national team in its World Cup showdown against Belgium.

Robert De Niro, thumbs up

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Robert De Niro crashes stranger's World Cup party

De Niro took a break from filming his new movie to watch the World Cup match between the U.S. and Germany at a random stranger's house in Brooklyn.

Will Ferrell

Will Ferrell threatens to 'bite every German player'

With the United States men's national team facing a big World Cup game against Germany on Thursday, they can count on at least one high-profile backer to do whatever it takes to advance.

Luis Suarez after World Cup biting incident

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Suarez's bite makes for some happy gamblers

While Luis Suarez's apparent World Cup bite had soccer fans around the world seeing red on Tuesday, it also had some other fans counting their green.

Soccer Ball

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World Cup: Soccer 101

Have no fear if you're a newcomer to soccer who still wants to watch the 2014 World Cup tournament. Click on for a quick primer on the basics of the sport and the tournament.

Aron Johannsson, US national soccer team, May 2014

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U.S. relies on subs in 2-0 win over Azerbaijan

A sluggish American team relied on goals from second-half substitutes Mix Diskerud and Aron Johannsson to notch a 2-0 win over Azerbaijan on Tuesday night.

Landon Donovan, US Soccer, July 2013

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Donovan left off U.S. World Cup squad

Landon Donovan, a mainstay for American soccer for the past decade, was left off the U.S. national team that will head to Brazil for the World Cup next month.

2014 FIFA World Cup soccer trophy

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How does the World Cup work?

Thirty-two teams will be in Rio next year, each with dreams of hoisting the ultimate prize in soccer. Find out how FIFA chooses a champion.

Michael Barrett punching A.J. Pierzynski

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5 unforgettable sports brawls

We have compiled a list of the five biggest brawls, which, even if you weren't lucky -- or unlucky -- enough to witness first-hand, will agree are definitely not to be forgotten.

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