The United States and Slovenia ended a very exciting World Cup match today in a tie at 2 goals apiece. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with William Troop, who's manning The World's Soccer bureau, about today's game.
World Cup fever is officially spiking well over 98 degrees Fahrenheit. You can feel it, and you can hear it. If you can't hear World Cup fever, you're probably deaf. The love hate relationship with the vuvuzela on today's show.
The soccer World Cup kicked off in South Africa today. Some Americans are there to cheer for the US team and feel the excitement. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with an American who's travelled to South Africa to root for the US team.
The 2010 soccer World Cup has opened with a spectacular ceremony in Johannesburg. It's the first FIFA World Cup on African soil and in Liberia, too, soccer fever is palpable, even though Liberia's team isn't even playing. Jason Margolis has more.
One country that didn't qualify for this year's World Cup is Belgium. But just because the Belgians aren't on the field doesn't mean they aren't in the field. Our technology correspondent Clark Boyd sent in this report.