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The curse of Columbus is over
The American fans will no longer chant ‘Dos a Cero’. The mystique that surrounds playing at the 25,000 venue in Columbus has been lifted after Mexico prevailed on US soil in a World Cup qualifier for the first time since 1972.
USA vs Mexico, Friday night. The history between the two teams is marked...
Home field advantage? Friday's U.S.A. vs Mexico clash is being played on Trump turf.
Team Mexico doesn't like playing in Ohio where Mexican fans are hard to come by. A scoreline jinx that has seen USA grab a 2-0 win in the past four meetings dating back 15 years. Then there's the shadow of Donald Trump's election sweep of the rust belt.
The true origin of the rivalry between the United States and Mexico 12:05
The true origin of the soccer rivalry between the United States and Mexico
At the end of 1980 ‘Team USA’ defeated ‘Tri’ for the first time in almost fifty years. Footage from this match was presumably hidden by the Mexican Federation, but after more than three decades these images are revealed here.
Lugar del accidente en el rompeolas de South Beach.
Marlins pitcher Jose Fernández was drunk and had cocaine in his blood when he died
A Miami medical examiner found the Cuban American baseball star had taken cocaine and had nearly twice the legal limit of alcohol in his blood when his boat crashed
Lugar del accidente en el rompeolas de South Beach.
Evidence of alcohol found in death of Miami pitcher Jose Fernandez
The official investigation of the crash indicated that it was caused by "recklessness" exacerbated by alcohol, according to a search warrant of the boat.
In this photo taken at 2:37 a.m. Sunday, Jose Fernandez poses at a bar s...
Fan describes meeting José Fernández moments before his death
The Marlins baseball pitcher was in good spirits, drinking tequila with friends barely half an hour before his fatal boating accident.
Miami Says Goodbye to José Fernández (1992-2016) 1:19
Miami says goodbye to José Fernández (1992-2016)
Family, friends and fans turned out on Wednesday to pay their last respects to Miami Marlins pitching ace, José Fernández who died in a boating accident early Sunday.
José Fernández (middle) poses with friends Emilio Macias (...
Retracing the final steps of José Fernández
The Marlins pitcher was visibly distraught hours before his fatal boating expedition, sources tell Univision. A photo taken less than an hour before his death shows him stone-faced.
Reconstructing the boat trip that led to Jose Fernandez's death 1:52
Reconstructing the boat trip that led to Jose Fernandez's death
An experienced captain and a Univision crew successfully navigated the same route as the Miami Marlins star pitcher who was killed in a boating accident Sunday.
Flowers, photos, candles and baseballs make up an improvised shrine to M...
Baseball's José Fernández remembered as hometown Cuban American hero
Aged 24, he was a rising star of the game and his boyish style of play brought joy to fans.
José Fernández, 24, pitching in August 2016.
Miami Marlins pitcher José Fernández dies in boating accident
The 24 year-old baseball star was one of three people who died after their boat hit rocks off Miami Beach.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade 3:26
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade
The Rio 2016 Paralympics are underway in Brazil. Univision takes a look at real people who have overcome life-changing obstacles. This series is about their power to defy the odds and shatter preconceived notions of their limitations.
Laurie Hernandez competed in the team event, winning gold.
Latina gymnast Laurie Hernandez takes home the gold
She's been called the breakout star of the U.S. women's gymnastics team for her performance.
Brenda Martinez, from California, will compete in the 2016 Olympics.
Latina runner Brenda Martinez to race in Rio for the U.S.
After a fall during the 800-meter qualifying race, the daughter of Mexican immigrants qualified for the 1,500-meter run by .03 seconds.
In this July 5, 2016 photo, cars drive above sewage flowing from the sub...
Expert to Rio athletes: 'Don't put your head under water.'
The AP's survey of the aquatic Olympic and Paralympic venues has revealed consistent and dangerously high levels of viruses from the pollution