De Blasio On WFAN: 'This Is A Tremendous Moment For Women In This Country'Mayor Bill de Blasio joined WFAN co-hosts Kim Jones and Marc Malusis to discuss the importance of the parade and the significance of what the American team accomplished.
Guide To New York City's U.S. Women's World Cup Parade 2015We've got the inside scoop on all the parade details as well as the best bars and restaurants nearby to grab some lunch.
De Blasio: Parade For Women's World Cup Winners Will Be 'Magical'The team will be honored with a parade in lower Manhattan up the stretch of Broadway from the Battery to City Hall known as the "Canyon of Heroes'' on Friday.
Here They Come! U.S. Women's Soccer Team Ready To Rock New York CityThe confetti will be flying when the city holds a parade for the U.S. women's soccer team to celebrate its World Cup victory.
Bring It On! Rematch Of 2011 Final Between U.S., Japan Set For SundayBring it on. That's how the U.S. women's soccer team reacted Wednesday night to learning that Japan would be the opponent in the World Cup final.
U.S. Women Face Offensive Challenge In Defense-Minded ChinaThe teams meet again Friday night, with the winner advancing to a semifinal against top-ranked Germany or No. 3 France, and the Americans still are seeking their third title.
Rapinoe, Holiday Out For U.S. In World Cup QuarterfinalsMidfielders Lauren Holiday and Megan Rapinoe won't be able to play because of accumulated yellow cards.
U.S. Women Saving Posturing For Field With Colombia Up NextThe U.S. women's team says the only motivation it needs for defeating Colombia is the opportunity to move on at the Women's World Cup.