0:20 - The man they call "P-Rod" tears up LES Coleman skatepark and hangs with dozens of fans in New York City.
0:34 - Pope Francis met a galaxy of international soccer stars ahead of a match that gathered great players from around the globe to promoted peace and raising money for at-risk children.
3:09 - Jasmine Padilla, 11, got to walk out onto the field at Old Trafford Stadium accompanying a Man United player thanks to a Chevrolet promotion.
1:02 - Marcos "El Chino" Maidana’s media workout from Robert Garcia Boxing Academy in Oxnard, Calif., as he prepares for a rematch with 11-time world champion Floyd "Money" Mayweather.
0:34 - Raw video: Argentinian soccer legend hits journalist
6:09 - For NASCAR driver Aric Almirola, winning at Daytona was a childhood dream come true.
5:06 - Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz opens up about a documentary about his role in helping Boston recover from the bombing at the marathon.
6:10 - Fox News Latino talks to Fox Deportes analyst José Tolentino about baseball's summer showcase, featuring Derek Jeter, Bud Selig and two dozen Latino players.
7:53 - Cespedes became the first repeat winner of the All-Star skills contest in 15 years, powering his way past Cincinnati's Todd Frazier 9-1 in the final round Monday night.
2:03 - The World Cup has come to an end; let’s now take a look at the financial goals the sport is scoring.
1:10 - Argentina or Germany?
2:26 - For this year’s World Cup in Brazil – a country known for exporting both its soccer and music stars – the caxirola was meant to be the South American nation’s answer to South Africa’s vuvuzela.
2:03 - Can you guess the right definitions?
0:52 - US Soccer fans left a humid Arena Fonte Nova, disappointed but with their heads held high after the American men's national team fell 2-1 in extra time to Belgium.
3:05 - Teams faceoff in single elimination
2:56 - Bryan Llenas reports from Brazil
2:13 - FIFA banned Uruguay striker Luis Suarez from all football activities for four months for biting an opponent at the World Cup.
3:35 - Bryan Llenas reports from Brazil
2:14 - Bryan Llenas reports from Brazil
0:57 - Meteorologist Maria Molina has the weather report for today's big World Cup match between Germany and Team USA.
0:43 - A celebration by fans of Mexico’s World Cup soccer team spilled onto the streets in California, where they clashed with police officers.
5:50 - In its last group stage match against Croatia on Monday, Mexico, which has exceeded expectations so far, still needs a win or a tie to advance.
2:11 - A 2-2 tie against Portugal leaves the U.S. team in a good position to qualify, but a Thursday match against Germany looms.
0:57 - Meteorologist Maria Molina has the weather report for Sunday's match between Team USA and Portugal.
3:15 - The next stop at the World Cup for Team USA is the jungle city of Manaus. Bryan Llenas brings you a taste of the Amazon.
1:17 - Fox News Latino asked average Americans to name the three countries playing in Group G of the World Cup with the U.S.
0:56 - Fox News Latino asked average Americans to name the best player in the world right now.
0:47 - Video taken at Rio's famed Maracana stadium shows a staircase wobbling under the weight of fans.There have been numerous safety issues during construction at the World Cup stadiums.
0:50 - Brazil hopes to exorcise ghost of 1950 failure by lifting the World Cup trophy at Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.
2:36 - U.S. soccer team faces Ghana in Natal, Brazil.
0:43 - Grammy-winning singer Carlos Vives partnered with Toronto-based oil company Pacific Rubiales Energy Corp. to send players' family members who couldn't afford to pay the costs of the trip to the World Cup.
0:49 - Fox News Latino hit the streets of Times Square to find out if average Americans could name three players on the U.S. World Cup roster in Brazil.
2:29 - A big heart and a love of the game is all it took for one 10-year-old boy from Michigan to start an international soccer charity.
2:17 - Some 500 of the most crazed fans called the American outlaws chartering two planes to follow the team through their first three games in Brazil.
1:51 - Before they began arriving in this Natal for the World Cup, another American invasion occurred 70 years ago – one that locals say helped change the face of the town.
1:17 - Maria Molina previews the weather report for tonight's match between Team USA and Ghana.
1:03 - The Night before the first World Cup game 3,000 US soccer fans rallied at a Volkswagen dealership in Brazil
3:09 - Americans join the millions of fans in Brazil for the World Cup
2:11 - Brazil wins first match after controversial call at the World Cup. Fox's Bryan Llenas reports live from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
0:51 - Brazilians take the streets of Sao Paulo to celebrate their first win at the World Cup. Brazil is chasing a sixth championship.
1:59 - Bryan Llenas reports from Sao Paulo, Brazil
3:12 - In case you’ve never played, read about or watched international soccer matches, here is a World Cup 101.
2:06 - There are now more security forces on the ground in Brazil than the U.S. had deployed during the Iraq war. Even so, security remains a major concern.
1:03 - Raw footage of a clash between Brazilian protesters and police the morning of the World Cup opening.
2:09 - Bryan Llenas reports on Brazil's national drink, the sugarcane liquor cachaça.
10:09 - A look at the some of the best- and the worst-dressed teams when they take the field at the World Cup.
2:39 - Rio de Janeiro’s hillside favelas are seeing an influx of tourists, money – and police – for the World Cup.
1:30 - Bryan Llenas reports on the final preparations for the opening of the World Cup in Brazil on Thursday, and the transit strike that is threatening to derail them.
0:56 - Fox News Latino's Bryan Llenas reports live from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
2:41 - Adidas Innovation Director, Antonio Zea, talks about the Brazuca World Cup ball
2:50 - Phil Keating reports from Miami, Florida
1:54 - It’s winter time in Brazil—what does that mean in terms of the weather?
7:22 - For Team USA, the luck of the draw was lousy: Germany, Portugal and Ghana are formidable opponents. Can the U.S. survive?
3:09 - Miguel Herrera lays down the law
3:26 - The Brazilian government estimates they will have spent at least $11 billion dollars to host 64 games for 32 of the best teams in the world from June 12th to July 13th.
1:29 - A cat that became famous for saving a boy from a dog attack threw the first pitch at a Bakersfield Blaze baseball game.
9:43 - Soccer great Pelé talks about Brazil winning World Cup
5:42 - Brazil spent around $3.5 billion dollars building or renovating 12 stadiums around the country. Did it get its money’s worth?
3:50 - Players test out the official World Cup 2014 soccer ball
3:51 - In the seven years since it's founding, Soccer Without Borders, it has grown nationally opening chapters in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City.