The Washington Post

Showdown at Red Bull Arena, Selecao defeats Ecuador, Mexico edges Bolivia, Canada finally wins, Beckham in N.Y., Magee out, JMU call-up, Hokies win.

On Rio's Copacabana beach, Brazil fans watch their team crash out in the World Cup third-place match while Argentines party in anticipation of their country's final matchup vs. Germany.

Host Brazil ends its run with consecutive World Cup losses and a negative goal differential for just the third time ever.

Down 2-0 at halftime to the Netherlands, Brazil could lost consecutive soccer games for the first time since 1974.

The 13 goals allowed by Brazil during the 2014 World Cup are the most the country has ever allowed in the tournament.

The host Brazil will look to redeem itself following crushing loss to Germany while the Netherlands will try to muster motivation in consolation game.

With Avenida Antônio Abrahão Caram closed to most vehicles, fans heading to Brazil-Germany match had to trek about a mile to Estadio Mineirao.

Juergen Klinsmann reiterated that it's unrealistic to expect the U.S. national soccer team to win the World Cup.

In the first of two World Cup tuneups, the Brazilians have their way on goals by Neymar, Dani Alves, Hulk and Willian.

Luiz Felipe Scolari unveils the 23 players who will represent Brazil in the World Cup, starting next month.

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