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Number Of U.S. Breweries Is On The Rise
Between 2007 and 2012, Census Bureau data show the number of breweries in the U.S. more than doubled to 869. And shipments from those breweries went up almost 34 percent.
World Cup Sparks More Interest In U.S. Soccer
All through the World Cup, Kansas City has been a terrific place to watch a match. Interest in soccer has exploded there, stoked by the rise of the city's professional soccer team.
Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker Paul Mazursky Dies At 84
Paul Mazursky earned his first Oscar nomination for his debut feature film, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, in 1969. His An Unmarried Woman was nominated for Best Picture.
Belgium Ends U.S. Team's World Cup Hopes
The U.S. men's soccer team is out of the World Cup. For 90 minutes, the score was tied at 0-0, but the team lost in extra time to Belgium on Tuesday, 2-1.
Living 63 Feet Underwater Helps Cousteau Team Conduct Experiments
Fabien Cousteau and a crew of scientists and explorers have spent the past 31 days underwater in the Aquarius Reef Base off the coast of Florida. David Greene talks to Cousteau about the experience.
U.S. Goalkeeper Becomes Social Media Star
The U.S. men's soccer team is gone from the World Cup — not even Tim Howard could save them. He swatted away a record 16 shots.
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