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2014 FIFA World Cup Final Preview: Germany vs. Argentina

[caption id="attachment_28103" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 10, 2014 - Source: Getty Images/Getty Images South America)[/caption] RIO DE JANEIRO –  La Albiceleste vs. Die Mannschaft, Lionel Messi vs. Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final, what more can a soccer fan ask for? After thoroughly man-handling and humiliating the five-time champions and host, Brazil, 7-1, in what was an unexpectedly anti-climatic semifinal, Germany comes into Sunday’s final on a roll. Attempting
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2014 FIFA World Cup Semifinals Preview: Brazil vs. Germany, Netherlands vs. Argentina

[caption id="attachment_27983" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 4, 2014 - Source: Michael Steele/Getty Images South America)[/caption] In what has been one of the most memorable tournaments in recent memory, the semifinals of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is shaping up to be special. In a final four that features a combined ten World Cup titles between Brazil(5), Germany(3) and Argentina(2) is a football—nee soccer—in the States—purist’s proverbial wet dream. Throw in three-time
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2014 FIFA World Cup: USMNT Lose to Germany, Advance to Knockout Stage

[caption id="attachment_27780" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (June 25, 2014 - Source: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images South America)[/caption] RECIFE -- Despite losing 1-0 to Germany, the United States advanced to the knockout stage thanks to Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana. After coming within a Silvestre Varela header in stoppage time of advancing to the round of 16 Monday, the United States needed either a draw vs Germany or Portugal win over arch-nemesis Ghana due
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Politics : Iran Agrees to Nuclear Deal in Geneva.

[caption id="attachment_18971" align="aligncenter" width="545"] Carolyn Kaster / AP[/caption] GENEVA – In what can be considered a diplomatic breakthrough between long-time adversaries, Iran has agreed to an accord to limit its nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief.  After a marathon round of talks, long-time enemy, Iran will begin the first steps of ending it’s nuclear program. In what is considered is a “first-step deal”, per MSNBC.com, the landmark agreement agreed was reached in Geneva