Soccer governing body FIFA has spent months examining allegations of corruption into the runup of Russia and Qatar's successful bids to win the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. Now it's said there was no serious corruption — a claim even its own investigator finds incredible.
You don't have to be all that fit to enjoy the TV soap opera that millions of people are watching right now in Colombia. Although, it is about sports. Sort of. "La Seleccion" is a TV series about some star Colombian soccer players.
The government of Nicaragua is fast-tracking a bill that would authorize a company from China to build a new canal connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The dream of a Nicaraguan canal dates back more than a century.
The drug war is on the agenda for President Obama's visit to Mexico this week, but Obama and Mexico's President Enrique PeÃ±a Nieto both have an interest in discussing trade as well.
Fans of the San Lorenzo professional soccer team in Buenos Aires are ecstatic about the new pope. The former Cardinal Bergoglio is a longtime fan of San Lorenzo. Anchor Marco Werman gets the details from The World's William Troop.
English soccer authorities have charged Chelsea player Eden Hazard with violent conduct for his altercation with a ball boy during a recent match against Swansea.
AC Milan abandoned a game it was playing, after midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng became the target of racist taunts yelled by fans in the stands.
There's a long list of foreign policy issues that got little or no mention during the Obama-Romney foreign policy debate. Anchor Marco Werman asks our editors Peter Thomson, William Troop and Clark Boyd talk about three.
The candidate who came in second in Mexico's presidential election is refusing to recognize the winner as the country's legitimate leader. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is vowing a campaign of civil disobedience now, as The World's William Troop reports.