Last week, we took a look at the top five teams that will fail at the World Cup. Here is a list of the top contenders of this upcoming tournament.
The premiere of "Chucky's Curse" in Brazil took some public transport users by surprise when they became the victims of a spooky and ingenious prank by the film's promoters.
Brazil continues to stake its claim as the favorite for next summer's World Cup after defeating Chile 2-1 in a friendly on Tuesday.
Apparently, one of the things that Justin Bieber likes to do when he's not performing on his world tour is hanging out in brothels.
Brazil and Mexico will face off in the quarterfinals of the U-17 World Cup on Friday.
While the Nokia Lumia 520 continues to be the world's most utilized Windows Phone device, the Lumia 710 stopped the aforementioned smartphone from taking the crown in Brazil.
A Petrobras-led oil consortium won the auction for Brazil's biggest oilfield with the lowest bid. Meanwhile, striking oil workers protested the auction and had a violent clash with police.
Brazil’s largest and most notorious criminal gang has reportedly threatened terrorist attacks at the upcoming World Cup, scheduled to take place in summer of 2014. The event has since been dubbed the “World Cup of Terror.”
Will Diego Costa cause problems between Spain and Brazil?
Brazil will face off against Korea Republic in an International Friendly on Saturday.
The protest in favor of teachers on strike in Rio de Janeiro on Monday, September 7, a mobilization that gathered over 10 thousand people, resulted in clashes between police and masked anarchists who caused severe damages to buildings in the Brazilian city.
Diego Costa was slated to join the Spanish National team this week but documentation issues with FIFA impeded him from doing so. As a result, the Brazilian-born star has a chance to join Brazil in the upcoming World Cup. Brazilian defender Dani Alves is urging to do so.
Already mired in controversy over the possibility of moving the 2022 World Cup to the winter season, Qatar is accused of appalling conditions for migrant workers hired to help with the construction of World Cup facilities.
An 8-year-old boy drove down a highway in Brazil and motorists didn't seem to care. Watch this video of the little boy's stunt.
During the 68th UN General Assembly in New York, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff denounced the diplomatic and economic espionage carried out by the United States against her country, something she called "a great violation to sovereignty."