Hartnett: U.S. Was Great, But Klinsmann's Decisions Served Mostly HimselfAfter a slow first eight minutes, the U.S. dictated the play, forcing turnovers and attacking in numbers. Tuesday's win tied for the second largest margin of victory in Copa America history.
Hartnett: Klinsmann's Hot Seat On The Verge Of Becoming FlammableFor the United States to stay alive at Copa America, it must earn a victory on Tuesday night against Costa Rica.
Crooks: The Numbers Fueling U.S. Women's Soccer Lawsuits Are TellingThe governing body of soccer in the states, US Soccer, sued the United States Women’s National Team player's union on Feb. 3, -- the eve of Olympic qualifying.
Crooks: NYCFC's Villa Takes On English; Arsenal To Play MLS All-StarsDavid Villa finished last season fourth in Major League Soccer with 18 goals. He said this season already has a decidedly different feel compared to last year's expansion voyage.
Crooks: A 1-On-1 Interview With U.S. World Cup Hero Carli LloydLloyd, who played at Rutgers University and is the school's all-time leading scorer, was recently named the FIFA World Player of the Year and the CONCACAF Player of the Year.
Crooks: It's High Time An American Coach The U.S. Men's National TeamBy American standards -- really by any current principles in professional sports across the globe -- Jurgen Klinsmann would be out as coach of the United States Men’s National Team.
15 Biggest Wins In U.S. Soccer HistoryThe U.S. is catching World Cup fever. And indeed, America has had its share of memorable soccer moments. Let's count down the top 15 in USMNT history.
USA Draws 'Group Of Death' At 2014 World Cup DrawThe United States will play Germany, Portugal and Ghana in a tough first-round group at next year's World Cup that will take them on a lengthy 9,000-mile trip around Brazil.
Riding Impressive Winning Streak, U.S. National Team Heads Into Hostile Costa Rican TerritoryCosta Rican fans have said they will block the Americans from reaching the National Stadium on Friday.
Hartnett: Klinsmann Winning Over Doubters, Guiding U.S. Soccer To New HeightsKlinsmann’s doubters have been silenced, and the unconventional German coach has the Americans one step closer to Brazil and a giant leap toward finally making good on their promise.
Hartnett: United States Delivers History At AztecaIt took 75 years, but the United States finally defeated Mexico on their home soil in dramatic fashion.
World Cup Champion Spain Shuts Out U.S. 4-0It was the most one-sided loss for the Americans since a 5-0 defeat by Mexico in the 2009 Gold Cup final.