Hartnett: U.S. Delivered A Performance That Gives Reason To BelieveThursday's effort was the kind of full-blooded performance every American soccer fan should be proud of. The match was about substance over panache.
Klinsmann: No More Talk Of U.S. As Underdogs -- Time To 'Go For It'Jurgen Klinsmann wants a transformed mentality when the United States opens the knockout phase of the Copa America against Ecuador on Thursday.
ICYMI: Stunning Non-Call On Hand-Ball Goal Sends Mighty Brazil HomePeru's recent history against Brazil is marked by lots of losses and a few missed opportunities. That changed in a big way Sunday night — with the help from a fortunate non-call.
Hartnett: USA Eyes Spot In Copa America Knockout RoundA loss to Paraguay would eliminate the U.S. and probably end Jurgen Klinsmann's five-year spell as national team head coach.
Schwartz: Get Ready -- The Copa America Is Coming To MetLife StadiumWhen it comes to the history of big-time soccer in the United States, the Meadowlands in New Jersey has seen its share of memorable matches.
Oops! Adidas Misspells Colombia In Copa America AdsThe ads, which showed Colombian players in the home white jerseys, were pulled by Adidas after social media widely ridiculed he company for spelling the country "Columbia."
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.
Copa America Centenario: USMNT v. Colombia Things To KnowThe US Men's National team opens play in Copa America tonight, here's a quick primer of things to know about the tournament and team.
Hartnett: USA, Klinsmann Under Pressure To Deliver At Copa AmericaThe United States will compete in highly competitive Group A at Copa America Centenario. With matches against Colombia, Costa Rica and Paraguay, and only two tickets available to the knockout stage, many are calling it the “Group of Death.”