Here are some final thoughts on the Women's World Cup, writes Jaime Lowe.
U.S. troops based in Germany rally for the American team, writes Jaime Lowe.
Jrue Holiday has been supporting his girlfriend, Lauren Cheney, and Team USA in Germany, writes Jaime Lowe.
Some odds and ends as we head into the Women's World Cup semifinals.
The crowd in Dresden helped the U.S. rally against Brazil, writes Jaime Lowe.
Here are three things we learned from France's victory over England in the Women's World Cup, writes Jaime Lowe.
We chatted with U.S. Ambassador to Germany, Philip Murphy, before the Americans took on Sweden in the Women's World Cup.
It could go down as the biggest officiating blunder ever -- Bruna's non-called handball, in which she cradled the ball for 3 seconds in the penalty box.
Mexico is well supported at this Women's World Cup, writes Jaime Lowe.
Our intrepid report Jaime Lowe shares the fan experience in two Germany cities at the Women's World Cup.
Maybe something was lost in translation after France defeated Canada.
What we learned from Brazil's opening-round win over Australia.
Our intrepid reporter hung out with some North Korean fans during the match against the U.S. to find out a little more about them -- and try to get to the bottom of a mystery, to boot.
Why can't women kick butt, play soccer and be held in high regard by fans without having to look like Barbie dolls?
Our top 10 list of observations from opening day of the Women's World Cup.
For most Women's World Cup fans, the first thing that comes to mind isn't Vegas. But for bookmaking pro Johnny Avello, executive director of race and sports operations at Wynn Las Vegas, the Women's World cup means big business.