Culture

June 30, 2014

Why U.S. Fans Should Hope for Less from Michael Bradley
The midfielder is covering way, way too much ground
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The midfielder is covering way, way too much ground 

Yet Another Reason Why We Should All Stand at Work
12:00 AM

It will help you be more creative.

June 29, 2014

Photos: This Is How Brazilians Reacted When Their Team Won Its Shootout with Chile
Scenes from the FIFA Fanfest in Cuiabá. Matthew Niederhauser's Photo Diary, Day Ten

Scenes from the FIFA Fanfest in Cuiabá. Matthew Niederhauser's Photo Diary, Day Ten.

This Time, the Dutch Did Not Capitulate in Fortaleza
Their battle plan wilted in the heat, but Holland exhales into the quarterfinals
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The Dutch battle plan wilted in the heat, but Holland exhales into the quarterfinals

James Rodriguez Is the Best Player of This World Cup
Even if Colombia loses, he's already done enough
8:29 PM

Even if Colombia loses, he's already proved it

Michael Jackson's Personal Photographer Remembers How They Met
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Five years after Michael Jackson death, his personal photographer, Harrison Funk, remembers his friendship with the pop through photos and stories.

Chicago Is Officially the Most Soccer-Drunk City in America. (Which Is Saying Something.)
All respect to Kansas City, New York and LA, but the photos do not lie

All respect to Kansas City, New York and LA, but the photos do not lie 

Photos: It Was Raining "Like Cows" in Recife Before USA-Germany
But that didn't stop USMNT fans from coming out in droves; Matthew Niederhauser's Photo Diary, Day Nine

But that didn't stop USMNT fans from coming out in droves; Matthew Niederhauser's Photo Diary, Day Nine

Chile May Have Lost to Brazil Yesterday, But They've Won My Dad's Heart
In praise of the rough, hungry beauty of the World Cup's scrappiest side
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In praise of the rough, hungry beauty of the World Cup's scrappiest side

June 28, 2014

The Real Victim of the GOP’s Assault on Obamacare
The Hobby Lobby case killed our national consensus on religious freedom
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The partisan rancor consuming today's Washington has shattered the consensus in favor of religious accommodations.

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