The army said a suspect had been arrested and interrogated.
Clinton voters were very likely to support Mexico—Trump voters, not so much.
Mexico needs a win or a draw to advance. Will they manage to pull it off?
Argentina's future at the World Cup is no longer in their own hands.
The Tokyo waterworks bureau noted a 24 percent increase in water use during the Japan-Colombia match.
Julieth González Therán was reporting from the streets of Moscow when she was grabbed by an excited fan seconinto her broadcast.
Beer shortages in Moscow, Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod, with fans boosting sales of a beverage traditionally not even seen as all that alcoholic.
The short-lived Burger King promotional ad featured a photo of a pregnant woman and the promise of "the best football genes" should someone be up to the lifetime Whopper challenge.
Iran will go into the game above Spain following its win over Morocco.
Mexico's soccer fans' use of a homophobic chant has once again drawn the ire of FIFA.
Sweden tried to spy on the South Korean team ahead of their opening World Cup match. In response, South Korea's coach had his players switch jerseys.
"In the Argentina against Iceland game we saw just how much Messi needed the warm-up game against Israel."
Can "El Tri" take down the defending champions?
Who should you support at the World Cup?
Russian viewers tuned in to watch the World Cup and were shocked to see a church had replaced the British Embassy in Moscow, among other changes.
"We have not allowed, under any circumstances, [problems] to become justifications or excuses."
Russia beat Saudi Arabia in the opening match of the World Cup.
Regional departments in Russia's Ministry of Internal Affairs ordered police to stop publishing "negative news" about minor crimes until after the millions of World Cup attendees have departed in late June.
The head of parliament's families committee told Russian women to keep away from foreign men, while the head of the sports committee wants a baby boom.