PRETORIA, South Africa - Former President Bill Clinton is on hand to support the United States for its critical game against Algeria at the World Cup.
NEW YORK - U.S.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron set sudsy stakes on Saturday's World Cup soccer match between their countries.
WASHINGTON - Game on and bet on - it's England against the U.S.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is celebrating Major League Soccer champions Real (RAY'-ahl) Salt Lake and their unlikely road to the team's first title.
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