It started with a headbutt
A professor at Northwestern's campus in Al Rayyan argues that the tournament will bring reform. Now a Northwestern student fires back.
The extraordinary life of Simone de Beauvoir
Five goals short of the record, with three more matches to go
Matthew Niederhauser's Photo Diary, Day 13
Delta and 'The Lion King' are part of our long history of stereotyping the continent
To be read in the voice of Ian Darke.
1-7 is a result, too
Corruption and European clubs are sapping the country's talent. But it was their coach who ensured that this team played scared.
Brazil's collapse against Germany puts Scolari and his team in undistinguished company
A collapse for the record books
"Babies wear them, silicone-implanted housewives, and old men with walkers, too."
God may still save the Queen, but Britannia has not ruled in 2014
He never played in a World Cup, but every player there now should salute him.
So what exactly is your problem with soccer players who dupe the referee?
Matthew Niederhauser's World Cup Photo Diary: Day Twelve