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Same-sex weddings may soon begin in Florida after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to block them.

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FIFA: What's really going on?

It's the question that everyone has been asking -- and now FIFA is ready to give us the answer.

Just what happened on December 2, 2010 when football's world governing body FIFA decided to award the 2018 World Cup to Russia and the 2022 tournament to…

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Thierry Henry: French football great bids adieu

After 20 years, over 300 goals and a host of major honors, Thierry Henry has called time on his football career.

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FIFA at the crossroads: What happens next?

Bedevilled by a series of corruption scandals, football's world governing body FIFA has come to an "historical crossroad."

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Klinsmann: Soccer offers U.S. kids route 'to the top'

U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann is insistent the sport of soccer can match the superstar-making ability of traditional American powerhouses like the NFL and the NBA.

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Ronaldo joins NASL team's owners in Florida

 Retired Brazilian superstar Ronaldo has joined the ownership group of the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.

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Champions League: Liverpool crashes out

A decade and a day might have passed but the script was still the same.

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Donovan hails 'perfect' end to stellar career

It was little surprise that Landon Donovan described the end of his career as "perfect."

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Soccer legend Pele out of intensive care

Soccer legend Pele has been moved out of intensive care but remains in a Sao Paolo, Brazil, hospital following treatment for an infection, the hospital said Saturday.

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Soccer great Pele remains in intensive care

Soccer legend Pele remained in an intensive care unit Monday, a week after he was hospitalized with a urinary tract infection.

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Turf war: FIFA set for showdown talks

FIFA has been getting a kicking off the pitch in recent weeks -- now it's trying to resolve a turf war.

World football's governing body is set to hold talks with team representatives over plans to hold the 2015 World Cup on artificial turf.

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