U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is set to revisit Israel this week to discuss “the need to prevent the conflict from widening,” among other things.
U.S. officials lashed soccer's governing body for sending "a message to LGBTQ+ people that neither they nor their allies are welcome at the World Cup."
Kylian Mbappé is headed back to the World Cup final for a much-anticipated matchup with Lionel Messi after ending Morocco’s historic run.
Kyle Walker and John Stones vowed to bring Dave to England if they won the World Cup. Fortunately for the furry feline, the defeated team is doing so anyway.
John Njau Kibue had been in intensive care since the World Cup stadium fall on Saturday.
Gary Lineker, now a top commentator for the BBC, admitted the United Kingdom has "got issues" too.
The scandal involves Eva Kaili, a European Parliament member from Greece.
A senior State Department official says Wahl's body and possessions have been repatriated after his death last week covering the World Cup in Qatar.
"Godspeed, my friend," tweeted reporter Guillem Balague. "If I get asked what journalism is, I'll say your name."
Olivier Giroud scored in the 78th minute at Al Bayt Stadium to keep France on course to become the first team since Brazil in 1962 to win back-to-back World Cups.