According to CNN, even biting victim Chiellini, called the ban “excessive." “Now inside me there's no feelings of joy, revenge or anger," he said.
Ban Ki-moon on the steps to achieve peace in Syria, Roger Cohen on the World Cup and a shift in international football, Catherine Rampell on wage hikes at Ikea and Gap, Malcolm Harris on the latest attempt to bury the student debt crisis, Jon Healey on whether America should follow Europe and ask Google to forget.
25-year-olds are 133 percent more likely to pay an overdraft fee than 65-year-olds.
Sadhbh Walshe on America in the age of the warrior cop, Linda Greenhouse on the Supreme Court’s cellphone privacy ruling, Sharif Nashashibi on contradictions around Iraq policies, Ramesh Ponnuru on Marco Rubio's reformer transformation, Alison Frankel on the one-year anniversary of Windsor vs. U.S. verdict.
A few enterprising homeless men, bitter about Guangbiao's bait and switch, plotted ways to sue him for false advertising by lying down and contracting heat exhaustion.
Mark Gilbert on why Luis Suarez should be banned from the World Cup, Donna Ladd on Thad Cochran’s victory in Mississippi, Karen Elliott House on Saudi Arabia and threat of crisis, Michael Lewis and Manish Tripathi on why the Redskins name is bad business, Joshua Green on why John Boehner is still in the game.
Achim Steiner, head of the United Nations Environment Program, said that environmental crime is “a financing machine” for militias, extremist groups, and armed conflict.
Just a day after the news broke that she would walk free from prison, Meriam Yahya Ibrahim, the Sudanese Christian woman who was sentenced to death for her Christian beliefs, has reportedly been rearrested.
A renewed outbreak of the Ebola virus in west Africa is “unprecedented” and out of control with death toll figures now rising into the several hundreds.
John McTernan on the Al-Jazeera journalists sentenced to prison in Egypt, Ana Marie Cox on how Hillary Clinton has to own up to her wealth, Dana Milbank on Darrell Issa’s subpoena mania, Mel Robbins on why George Will is wrong about sexual assault, Joshua Kopstein on why the new Amazon phone is not your friend.
The FBI also arrested 281 pimps during the past week thanks to Operation Cross Country.
Meriam Yahya Ibrahim, the Sudanese woman who was sentenced to death for being a Christian, is set to be freed by an appeals court, according Sudanese state media.
The Iraqi military is facing “psychological collapse” amid desertions and a lack of equipment as the operation from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) continues to capture towns in Iraq and push its insurgency across borders.
Francisco Goldman on the Mexican government’s fooling of the country’s soccer fans, E.J. Dionne, Jr. on the negativity of the GOP, Michelle Chen on why Starbucks’ barista-students should be wary, Jonathan Chait on the real reason Republicans hate Obamacare, John E. Sununu on why taxi regulations, not Uber, are the problem.
Devastating isn’t the word to describe the World Cup game last night that England spectacularly lost against Uruguay.
The number of refugees and displaced people around the world has surpassed 50 million people for the first time since the Second World War, and half of them are children.
Jonathan Chait on yet another Republican getting prosecuted, Andrew Rossi on how student debt, Becca Heller on why the U.S. shouldn’t abandon those who helped in Iraq, Tony Horwitz on the pitfalls on being a digital best seller, Jonathon Green on the FBI’s attempts to crack slang codes.
E.J. Dionne, Jr. on Dick Cheney's Iraq op-ed, Philip Delves Broughton pines for the way soccer used to be, Emma Brockes doubts on Amazon Fire phone’s, Nelson Lichtenstein on how the South is moving backwards, Jo Anne Bader remembers the signing of the Civil Rights Act.
A suicide bomber has killed at least 14 people watching the World Cup in Nigeria last night, and injured at least 27.
Anne-Marie Slaughter on why the U.S. can’t ignore Syria if it fights in Iraq, Sean Penn on Haiti, Lola Okolosie and Laurie Penny on the Twitter trolls provoking the digital left, Jill Lawrence on the GOP’s Goldwater moment, Leonid Bershidsky on the post-Millennial Generation Z.