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The kids are not alright

The kids are not alright

07/02/14 01:51PM

1999 US Women’s World Cup champion, Brandi Chastain, and MLS President, Mark Abbott, talk about the startling data on head injuries among young athletes as part of day three of our “Kids and Concussions” Call to Action. watch

Tim Howard: America’s Superman

Tim Howard: America’s Superman

07/02/14 01:26PM

Twitter nearly exploded over Tuesday’s World Cup match between the USA Men’s National Team and Belgium. Despite the heartbreaking loss, US goalie Tim Howard shined as America’s new hero. watch

Mideast on the edge

Mideast on the edge

07/02/14 01:01PM

Violence escalates in Jerusalem after the deaths of three Israeli teenagers. NBC News’ Foreign Correspondent, Ayman Mohyeldin, reports live from the scene. watch

Eastern York County's Isaiah Jones, 8, brings down Zamir Weedon-Parker, 8, in the second half of the rink varsity semifinal game at Central York High School on Oct. 28, 2012. Football had the highest concussion rate, according to the “Game Changers”...

The call: Team up for head safety

07/01/14 06:43PM

World Cup mania is in full force, but American kids figured out the allure of soccer long before their parents did. Now, those parents are face a new and growing concern. In the last two decades, there have been a surge in sports-related brain injuries among young athletes. That's why we're asking you commit to a game plan. read more

Safety in sports

Safety in sports

07/01/14 04:18PM

Some players are taking a stand with a very personal contribution from one special guest on this week's Call to Action. watch

Betting on the World Cup

Betting on the World Cup

06/30/14 01:48PM

Profession soccer player and Team USA 2010 World Cup player, Maurice Edu, and Ed Feng, founder of The Power Rank, crunch the numbers and tell us what it will take for Team USA to beat the odds. watch

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